Consolidate Redundant Tables and Graphs

Ann K. Emery
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We’ve all encountered redundant tables and graphs: You see a table. And then you see a graph nearby. You scan the table, and then you scan the graph, and then you scan the table again, zig-zagging your eyes around the screen and trying to figure out whether the table and graph are telling you the same information or whether they’re about two different topics entirely. 

Redundancies steal precious time from our days. Redundancies force us to read two visuals instead of one—the table and the graph—when all we need is a single well-designed graph.

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