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Representation Any visual type of introducing data M. Reber © 4/7/2009 Outline Sorts of Representation Sorts of Delineations Approaches to Incorporate Design Diagram Sorts of Illustrations Sorts of Delineations Approaches to Coordinate Illustrations Sorts of Design Tables Charts Graphs Representations
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Illustrations Any visual type of displaying data M. Reber © 4/7/2009

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Overview Types of Graphics Types of Illustrations Ways to Integrate Graphics

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Overview Types of Graphics Types of Illustrations Ways to Integrate Graphics

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Types of Graphics Tables Graphs Charts Illustrations

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Types of Graphics: Tables are lines and sections of numbers, words, or images They give effective method for showing relative data Information that is suitable for a table by and large has two similar tomahawks Tables ought to have headings for segments and/or columns Check for data in your content that could be exhibited as a table Tables ought to be acquainted inside of the content with give setting

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Name Email Address Phone #1 Phone # 2 1. John Smith 408-000-0000 650-000-0000 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Sorts of Graphics: Tables (cont.)

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Types of Graphics: Graphs show changes in information after some time

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Types of Graphics: Charts plot particular data, for example, exploratory information The most well-known outlines are: pie diagrams and bar diagrams Pie outlines show rates of an entire:

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Types of Graphics: Charts (cont.) Bar outlines demonstrate the same data with the length of every bar speaking to a rate or sum:

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Types of Graphics: Illustrations give a realistic representation of a thing or activity Common delineations include: Objects, parts, components of an item (systems) Actions or developments (the course one protest should be embedded into another) Orientation or position (CPR situating) Concepts or thoughts (a hierarchical diagram) Screen Shots

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Overview Types of Graphics Types of Illustrations Ways to Integrate Graphics

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Types of Illustrations Photographs Drawings Flowcharts Diagrams and Schematics Screen Shots

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Figure 4. Expelling the back wheel from the bike. Figure 5. Utilizing a tire lever to independent the tire from the wheel. Sorts of Illustrations: Photographs Provide most detail with picture-flawless representation Can incorporate superfluous or diverting subtle element

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Types of Illustrations: Drawings Often considered the perfect delineation Suppress superfluous detail and permit peruser to concentrate on vital questions, devices, and activities Illustrate connections and ideas photography can not

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Import sound and storyboard records Adjust length of sound and feature documents Add and alter move impacts Create a MPEG motion picture document Types of Illustrations: Flowcharts and Org Charts Flowcharts and other reasonable drawings speak to more conceptual data, for example, positions inside of a work process: Organizational outlines speak to various leveled data, for example, positions inside of an association: Chief Executive Officer Warehouse Manager National Sales Manager Shipping Clerk Warranty Inspector Western Sales Manager Eastern Sales Manager

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Types of Illustrations: Diagrams and Schematics An outline is an arrangement, drawing, or framework that clarifies how something functions or the relationship between parts of an entire A schematic speaks to the components of a framework utilizing dynamic, realistic images instead of sensible pictures Omits every single unimportant point of interest, regularly rendering the article unrecognizable May add impossible components to help cognizance

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Types of Illustrations: Screen Shots Reproduces the screen or dialog box a client sees when working equipment and programming Verifies to the client that they are in the right piece of the strategy

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Overview Types of Graphics Types of Illustrations Ways to Integrate Graphics

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Ways to Integrate Graphics Purposes of Graphics Uses of Graphics Sources of Graphics Format of Graphics Tips on Using Graphics

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Purposes of Graphics Show what something looks like or is developed Show how to do something Explain how a procedure functions Show how something is composed Help the peruser discover particular certainties Show connections Make a powerful point

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Uses of Graphics To abridge and consolidate data To make data less demanding to access To show examination or difference To engage right-brained clients To add assortment and build enthusiasm To underscore imperative data To pass on quantitative connections (percentile rankings, patterns, and so on.) To convey globally

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Sources of Graphics You can discover design utilizing these sources: Search on the web and duplicate from the web Use cut craftsmanship (expert sources no one but) You can make representation by: Using a computerized camera Creating screen shots Drawing your own representations Creating diagrams and outlines utilizing programming applications If you didn\'t make the illustrations, recall that: You may need to yield, size, and mark the representations You should dependably give acknowledgment for the delineation you duplicate Ask authorization to utilize the outline if essential

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Format of Graphics Use sans serif textual styles (Arial, Helvetica, and so on.) for flowchart content, figure titles, callout content, and line and segment headings in tables Use littler textual styles for things recorded above (no less than 1 pt. littler than body content) Use straight lines without sharpened stones for callout content, not askew lines Use pointed stones to demonstrate bearing just Center content in flowchart boxes vertically/on a level plane Adjust singular section width inside of tables as per content thickness Introduce most representation with lead-in content

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Tips on Using Graphics Pick the most suitable sort of realistic for the data you are showing Do exclude a realistic without a reason Make illustrations straightforward and utilization Include callouts or subtitles as vital Integrate your design with your content

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