February 2, 2007, Newsletter Issue #49: A Picture Is Worth A Thousand People

Tip of the Week

If you've ever sat through a lecture with no visual aides you know how incredibly boring it can be. After a while, all the words sound the same making it too easy to drift off into la-la land. When presenting your survey results, make sure to use visuals to keep your audience interested.

Usually a simple pie chart or graph will do the trick. It communicates numbers in a clear way.

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