Sondra wants to know which type of visual would best help her compare responses from patients and responses from employees on a question regarding safety at Oakdale. To answer the question, respondents rated their answers on a scale of 1-5. What would you tell her?
a. use a flow chart
b. be guided by what is most attractive, not by the wording of your points regarding your visuals
c.use a data generated visual
d. do not use a visual; all comparisons are best represented by text.
e. use a diagram.
Mike plans to include several visuals of varying sizes, as will all committee members. Mike has asked whether all of his visuals as well as others' can be put in an appendix at the end of the report so that committee members don't have to worry about coordinating everyone's visuals (e.g., labeling, numbering) throughout the report. You could tell him all of the following EXCEPT.
a. place all of the visuals at the end of the report in the appendix; visuals wont go in the report itself.
b. place all visuals in the report itself, visuals wont go in the appendix.
c. place summary charts or tables that apply to the entire report in both the report and in the appendix.
d. place visuals in the appendix that are necessary for completeness but are not discussed in the document.
e. place only small visuals in the report' place large visuals in the appendix.
use a data generated visual place summary charts... View the full answer