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Data visualization. Part 2 / Tarek Azzam, Stephanie Evergreen, editors.

Publication:
Hoboken, New Jersey : [Jossey-Bass], 2013.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (98 p.)
Series:
J-B PE Single Issue (Program) Evaluation
New directions for evaluation, 1534-875X ; Number 140, Winter 2013
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Subjects:
Computer networks -- Security measures.
Computer security.
Information visualization.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
This issue delivers concrete suggestions for optimally using data visualization in evaluation, as well as suggestions for best practices in data visualization design. It focuses on specific quantitative and qualitative data visualization approaches that include data dashboards, graphic recording, and geographic information systems (GIS). Readers will get a step-by-step process for designing an effective data dashboard system for programs and organizations, and various suggestions to improve their utility. The next section illustrates the role that graphic recording can play in helping
Contents:
Data Visualization, Part 2; Copyright; Contents; Editor-in-Chief's Comment; Editors' Notes; Chapter 5: Design Principles for Data Visualization in Evaluation; Simplification; Legend; Data; Color; Emphasis; Color; Weight; Motion; Text and Arrows; Implications for Evaluation Practice; Endnote; References; Chapter 6: Data Dashboard as Evaluation and Research Communication Tool; When to Use Dashboards; A Dashboarding Process; 1. Design; 2. Build; 3. Populate; 4. Publish; 5. Refresh; 6. Evaluate and Refine; Dashboard Limitations; 1. Lack of Measure Design and/or Definition
2. Lack of Stakeholder Buy-In for Measures and/or Dashboard3. Lack of Resources to Design and Build an Effective Dashboard; 4. No Want or Need to Report on the Same Measures Over Time; Conclusion; References; Chapter 7: Graphic Recording; When and Why Would an Evaluator Use Graphic Recording?; Phase 1. Framing the Inquiry; Phase 2. Focusing the Inquiry; Phase 3. Conducting the Inquiry; Phase 4. Applying the Learning; How Is Graphic Recording Being Used in the Field?; Employ Culturally Appropriate Methods; Acknowledge the Complexity of Cultural Identity
Recognize and Eliminate the Bias in LanguageCommon Questions About Graphic Recording; What Are Some Ways the Graphic Recorder/Graphic Chart Can Be Integrated Into the Evaluation Process?; What Are Some of the Limitations or Cautions of Graphic Recording as an Evaluation Tool?; How Would an Evaluator Engage a Graphic Recorder?; What Can an Evaluator Expect?; How Would Graphic Recording Change the Evaluation Practice?; Endnotes; References; Chapter 8: Mapping Data, Geographic Information Systems; GIS Logistics; GIS and Program Implementation; GIS and Program Outcomes; GIS Limitations
Final ThoughtsReferences; Index
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Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index.
Description based on online resource; title from PDF title page (ebrary, viewed December 21, 2013).
Contributor:
Assam, Tarek.
Evergreen, Stephanie.
American Evaluation Association.
ISBN:
1-118-83357-0
1-118-83361-9
OCLC:
865335206