Picture This: The May-June Information Outlook

Information overload. Big data. Web 3.0.

The challenges facing information professionals are immense–even their names sound imposing. Cutting through the clutter and getting your point across has never been more difficult. New tools and different approaches are needed.

Increasingly, those tools and approaches involve visual representations. From basic charts, tables and graphs to 3-D images and virtual dashboards, visual representations of information and data are becoming more popular and easier to create. Their very convenience, however, also makes them prone to misuse and misunderstanding.

The May-June issue of Information Outlook takes a look at some of the promises and pitfalls of visually presenting data. Read it now online.

 

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