15 June 2010

If you must use a table

On posters, graphs are better than tables. There is not much that can be presented in a table that cannot be presented in a graph.

If you feel you must use a table for some reason, check these tips at In the Haystack.

Like me, author Boris Gorelik is fond of rules of two.

Photo by oskay on Flickr, used under a Creative Commons license.


Unknown said...

Would love to see good examples of displaying correlation and regression data. I don't think graphs get the job done in this case.

Bronwyn said...

Genomics data. And there is SOOOO much of it. Back in the old days you would have made a whole poster about the data in one row of the table.