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Data Visualization – Charts, Graphs and Infographic designs

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Data Visualization – Charts, Graphs and Infographic designs

Data visualization is essential for professionals in any field to make complex data easier for others to understand. Charts, graphs, and infographics are powerful tools for data visualization in PowerPoint presentations. Charts are used to show trends and relationships in data over some time. Graphs are used to compare data points and illustrate correlations. Infographic designs can represent data in an engaging, visual way, making complex information easier to digest. Data visualization can explain complex concepts, make presentations more visually appealing, and provide deeper insights into data. Data visualization can be a powerful tool to convey information and make presentations more engaging.

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Data Visualization Services – Visual Sculptors

Presenting data meaningfully and engagingly is critical to making persuasive business decisions. Presenting data effectively can make a lasting impact on stakeholders. Data visualization allows the audience to interpret the data, thus making presentations more effective quickly.

To facilitate this process, we provide services for obtaining relevant unstructured data from various sources such as websites, blogs, and B2B & B2C platforms. We also organize the numbers to be shown in optimal chart form. All irregularities are then rectified to create a database with referential integrity checks and up-to-date mailing lists to offer clients a more compelling experience. We also plot geographical data on maps for our client’s convenience.

We offer excellent Management Consulting Presentation Services for clients globally, delivering top-notch presentations in PowerPoint/PPT. Our services include Business presentations, Consulting Slides specializing in McKinsey, BCG, and Bain-type Business Presentations, including think-cell charts.

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Uses of Think-cell charts in PowerPoint

Powerpoint users looking to create visually appealing charts and graphs can get an extra boost with Thinkcell Charts. This robust add-on provides various features, including data linking, automated chart layouts, predefined templates, and instant visualizations. Furthermore, it integrates with other Office products like Excel to facilitate data sharing and manipulation. Thanks to Thinkcell Charts' intuitive design and customization options, Powerpoint users can quickly assemble stunning presentations full of insights that captivate their audience.

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Types of charts that can be created using Thinkcell

1. Stacked column and bar chart
2. Waterfall chart
3. Gantt chart
4. Mekko chart
5. Scatter and bubble chart
6. Pie and doughnut chart
7. Line chart
8. Butterfly chart
9. Clustered chart
10. 100% chart
11. Area chart
12. Area 100% chart

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Layout options

1. Smart text boxes
2. Process flow
3. Agenda
4. Power Tools

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Automation

1. Excel data links
2. Excel data extraction from chart images
3. Excel data rounding

Our Ex-McKinsey Presentation Designers team are well-versed in creating the above charts using the think-cell application, bringing in expertise to use the layout and automation options effectively and as appropriate.

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Uses of MS Graph charts in PowerPoint

MS Graph Charts are a powerful tool for visualizing data within Powerpoint presentations. With MS Graph Charts, users can customize their visuals with legends, labels, annotations, and various formatting options such as colour, font size, and border style.

Using MS Graph, we can create the following types of charts – Column charts, Line charts, Pie and Doughnut charts, Doughnut charts, bar charts, area charts, XY (scatter) charts, Bubble charts, Stock charts, Surface charts, Radar charts, Treemap chart, Sunburst chart, Histogram charts, Box and Whisker charts, Waterfall charts, Funnel charts and Combo charts.

Our Ex-McKinsey Presentation Designers team specialize in transforming your data into suitable MS Graph chart types that effectively visualize the data for easy understanding.

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Uses of Infographic designs in PowerPoint

Infographics help users present their data in an organized and eye-catching way so that viewers can quickly grasp the key points they need to know. Whether it's through data visualizations, storytelling, or other forms of communication, infographics can help bring life to any PowerPoint presentation.

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13 Types of Infographics

1. Statistical

This infographic employs a variety of charts and graphs to illustrate various statistics, as its name suggests.

2. Informational / List

This long-form graphic predominantly comprises text-based content and uses minimal graphical elements such as charts and diagrams.

3. Timeline

This type of infographic is the most advantageous when conveying the evolution of a concept or narrating a chronology, as it effectively communicates the intended message.

4. How-to

This format is ideal for representing how-to articles and detailing any steps of an intricate process.

5. Process

Often, a step-by-step process is highlighted to demonstrate the customer journey. It can also be applied to creating an online course, developing a business plan, or making a business decision.

6. Comparison

This infographic type can also demonstrate differences between two entities while concurrently uncovering commonalities, discrepancies and comparative benefits.

7. Location

Best utilized to compare regional and global data regarding a subject of interest to the readership, typically by a map featuring colour-coded regions and symbolic icons.

8. Flowchart

A flowchart can effectively and efficiently display the project's team leadership, decisions, processes, and other details to an audience.

9. Hierarchical

This visual compares the various levels, illustrating the relationship between them.

10. Single Chart

This data visualization solely utilizes one chart type as its primary focus, thus the term 'single-chart infographics'.

11. Visualized Numbers

This infographic seeks to present numerical data in an aesthetically pleasing format instead of a written passage.

12. Anatomical

This infographic employs visual metaphors, such as the human body, to represent data.

13. Visual Resume

In an effort to stand out from the competition, numerous job seekers have begun adapting their written resumes into visually appealing infographics.

Get the most out of your data with stunning visualizations. Choose our data visualization services for high-quality charts, graphs and infographic designs that engage viewers.