Making data meaningful – Style guide on the presentation of statistics

Making Data Meaningful part 2
Introducing Making Data Meaningful Part 2 – Style guide on the presentation of statistics – which, as its name cleverly suggests, is a compilation of  advice to present graphical information.

It’s a follow up to Making Data Meaningul part 1 , which focused on writing about data, as opposed to visualize it.

The book is a cooperation between representatives of national statistical offices and intergovernmental organizations – all public statisticians, if you will. I hope it will help others to communicate their data better. Personally, I have written the part about charts and collaborated to some other chapters. But if I could sum up my advice in one sentence, it would be: go buy Stephen Few books. Start with Show me the numbers.

The list of people who collaborated to the book includes: