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Annotated tables and charts
Presentation of range of visual outputs looking at the housing market. Analysis is annotated in order to help users understand the significance of what is being displayed.
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Kirklees Sustainable Community Strategy: Supplementary Volume (A picture of Kirklees) page 6 (Sustainable Community Strategy)
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Benefits & pitfalls to avoid
  • Line-charts imply that data is continuously changing. If your data is discrete you might consider a bar-chart instead.
Create your own
  • Clustered bar charts can be created in a range of standard data applications such as Excel.
  • Tables can be created in a range of standard data applications such as Excel.