D You will be evaluated on the appearance and design aspects of your tables and

D you will be evaluated on the appearance and design

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D. You will be evaluated on the appearance and design aspects of your tables and charts—they must fit the style we learned in class—and on the accuracy of your interpretation/conclusion and how well it aligns with your table or chart.
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E. Titles, labels, coloring, borders, consistency, etc., all matter. 3. Create a dashboard to allow a person to view and investigate several interesting aspects of the data. A. What you present on your dashboard should not be exactly what you presented for your interpretations and conclusions in requirement 2. The dashboard should allow a person to slice and analyze the data themselves so they can develop their own conclusions. You should set your dashboard up in a way that allows the person to dig around and determine what is interesting to them. B. You must include at least four table or chart elements on your dashboard—total of four with at least one of them being a table of information and one of them being a chart. C. You are not limited to only charts or tables; you should consider other elements for a dashboard. D. One of the charts, tables, or elements on your dashboard should be innovative, unique, or use a more complex setup. Don’t limit yourself to basic pivot tables or pivot charts for all four required elements. E. You must include at least one slicer on your chart, but you should include as many as are necessary to allow a person to slice and dig through the data. There is not a required number of
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