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Management article
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Reference no. C9904B
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Published in: "Harvard Management Communication Letter", 1999
Length: 3 pages

Abstract

"There are displays that reveal the truth and those that do not," writes Edward Tufte, an informational graphics expert and a professor at Yale University. "And, if the matter is an important one, then getting the displays of evidence right or wrong can possibly have momentous consequences." Drawing from Tufte''s three books on information design, this article offers advice on using graphics effectively.

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Abstract

"There are displays that reveal the truth and those that do not," writes Edward Tufte, an informational graphics expert and a professor at Yale University. "And, if the matter is an important one, then getting the displays of evidence right or wrong can possibly have momentous consequences." Drawing from Tufte''s three books on information design, this article offers advice on using graphics effectively.

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