Presenting numbers and patterns is a critical component of data analysis. Once analyses have been completed, the next step involves sharing key findings with staff and stakeholders and using findings as a basis for decision-making. There are a number of ways to present data and the challenge is in constructing an effective visual. This paper provides an overview of the most frequently used formats and includes tips on how to select among the different types.
Cutler Institute for Health and Social Policy
Data Presentation: Managing and Using Home and Community-Based Services Data for Quality Improvement
April 2, 2006