One of the important thing would be, communicate the results of the visual patterns that you discover. What are the four kind of relationships that you want to show, one you want to show what is the minimum value, what’s the maximum value and the average. You want to show the distribution patterns, rank patterns, you want to look at contribution for example how much does Karnataka contribute to alcohol consumption. You want to see a percentage of the whole and want to find out Deviations say last year Karnataka was contributing 30% now its contributing 25% is this because they are more outlets. These are the four operations one would perform while doing analysis.
If you have to have a way of connecting all these dots together. So if you are trying to design a dashboard the four typical steps that you will take, who is the consumer are you designing the dashboard for a farmer, explorer or tourist. The second factor taken into consideration will be what is the decision she has to take, weather it is operational decision, supplier decision, financial decision etc. Once you map the decision, which the data science visualization process enables then you can map the latency associated with that, real time decision versus latent decision. Fourth one you can figure out which visual construct you want to apply.
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