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Favorite Websites - jane.martel - 12-13-2018

Hi, everyone.

I just came across this website, which I thought was pretty neat: https://blog.visme.co/types-of-graphs/. It's titled "44 Types of Graphs Perfect for Every Top Industry." The web tab, however, sports this title: "44 Types of Graphs and How to Choose the Best One for Your Data," which I find more descriptive and compelling. 

Check it out! Do you like it? Do you see any you'd like to try (naturally, many require special software)?


RE: Favorite Websites - jane.martel - 01-14-2019

(12-13-2018, 11:00 AM)jane.martel Wrote: Hi, everyone.

I just came across this website, which I thought was pretty neat: https://blog.visme.co/types-of-graphs/. It's titled "44 Types of Graphs Perfect for Every Top Industry." The web tab, however, sports this title: "44 Types of Graphs and How to Choose the Best One for Your Data," which I find more descriptive and compelling. 

Check it out! Do you like it? Do you see any you'd like to try (naturally, many require special software)?

Are you ever looking for random numbers, random sequences, etc.? Check this site out: https://www.random.org/.


RE: Favorite Websites - jane.martel - 01-22-2019

(12-13-2018, 11:00 AM)jane.martel Wrote: Hi, everyone.

I just came across this website, which I thought was pretty neat: https://blog.visme.co/types-of-graphs/. It's titled "44 Types of Graphs Perfect for Every Top Industry." The web tab, however, sports this title: "44 Types of Graphs and How to Choose the Best One for Your Data," which I find more descriptive and compelling. 

Check it out! Do you like it? Do you see any you'd like to try (naturally, many require special software)?

This is not a favorite website (although maybe it is: It's my library's site!) but I thought I'd share our 2018 website analytics. Perhaps it will spur some ideas and conversation. Are they similar to yours?


RE: Favorite Websites - jane.martel - 03-05-2019

Hi, everyone

~Ever seen this website: https://livegap.com/charts/ ? Looks cool to me!

Jane


RE: Favorite Websites - jane.martel - 04-14-2019

Planning to survey your patrons? Visit https://www.lrs.org/library-user-surveys-on-the-web/ for survey templates and great information to help you plan.


RE: Favorite Websites - jane.martel - 04-23-2019

edX has free courses! Check this out: https://www.edx.org/course/qualitative-research-methods-interview-process.


RE: Favorite Websites - jane.martel - 06-03-2019

I heard representatives of the company Killer Infographics present at SXSW in 2018. They were fantastic and I get their email updates. Today this post about Infographics, Motion Graphics & Beyond: How to Tell Data-Powered Stories came to my Inbox and I thought I'd share it with you. Enjoy!