If you use Excel to model businesses, business processes, or business transactions, this course will change your life. You’ll learn how to create tools for yourself that will amaze even you. Unrestricted use of this material is available in two ways.
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What use are graphics?
Graphics — both as representations of numerical data, and as elements of screen and page display — offer two advantages. They enhance communications, and they develop intuition.
Communications consist not only of presentation to others, but also presentation to yourself, the model developer. Graphics on the worksheet can make it easier to understand what you’re seeing, and to remember where things are. Appropriate use of color, type style, font, shading, and so on, make your projects easier to use, easier to understand, and easier to maintain. And when the time comes to present your numerical results, an effective graph or chart is vastly superior to a table of numbers.
Below is a summary of pages for Session 6.
Links to other materials for Session 6.
Last Modified: Tuesday, 10-Feb-2015 22:04:54 EST
The purpose of charts is visual communication. Sadly, many charts that contain important information don’t communicate that information very well. Communicating visually in an effective manner is probably an art, but it’s an art we can learn.
One way to learn is by bad examples — actually studying examples of bad technique. Fortunately, bad examples are easy to find. Finding good examples is more difficult, but there are several excellent references in the class notes. Enjoy!