Histograms, Boxes and Whiskers
A data-heavy project I’ve been working intensely on the last week or so was released yesterday. It’s a statistical review of corporate governance practices since Sarbanes-Oxley, done by the law firm Fenwick & West.
I enjoyed wrestling with Excel and Illustrator to create histograms, box and whisker plots and a few original creations. And the client was great to work with – detail-oriented, appreciative of good design, understanding of complexity. You can download the full report here: Corporate Governance Practices and Trends
It’s amazing how much more understanding you get out of a well-designed visualization than a spreadsheet of numbers. We went from something like this:
Is it strange that I love graphs so much?
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