Data Visualization and Reporting

Susan Kistler on Working With Photos

If it’s Saturday it must be Susan! My name is Susan Kistler. I am the Executive Director for the American Evaluation Association and I contribute each Saturday’s post to the aea365 blog. Today, I am going completely practical and broadly applicable. The range of opportunities that call for working with photographs is ever increasing, including …

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Bianca Montrosse on Innovative Data Displays

My name is Bianca Montrosse and I am a Research and Evaluation Specialist with the SERVE Center at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. Since receiving my first Edward R. Tufte book as a gift, I’ve been searching for ways to visually articulate data that are both innovative and informative. Below are some rad …

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Alexey Kuzmin on Humor for Evaluation Reporting

My name is Alexey Kuzmin and I am the President of the Process Consulting Company (www.processconsulting.ru) based in Moscow, Russia. As an international evaluation consultant I am interested in exploring new and effective ways of communicating evaluation results to the interested parties. In particular, I often use cartoons. Especially when there is a need to …

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Jane Davidson on Evaluation Reporting

Kia ora koutou! My name is Jane Davidson and I run an evaluation consulting and capacity building business based in New Zealand. My main clients are NZ central government agencies across multiple sectors (health, education, leadership development, corrections, etc), but I also work with various other kinds of organizations and run evaluation training as well. …

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