Provide your classmates with a brief description of your choices and explain why you made your choices.

A picture is worth a thousand words” may be a lovely cliché, but it’s exactly the wrong way to view visualization. For this week’s discussion question, please view the Periodic Table of Visualization at the following link (http://www.visual-literacy.org/periodic_table/periodic_table.html). Choose one Data Visualization and one Compound Visualization by placing your mouse cursor over each option. Provide your classmates with a brief description of your choices and explain why you made your choices. For each choice, provide an example of data that would be applicable for that visualization and the explanation.  For each choice, provide an example of data that would not be applicable for visualization and the explanation.

Summary: One data visualization and one compound visualization, brief description of each choice, explanation of each choice, example of data that would be applicable for each visualization and the reason why, and an example of data that would not be applicable for each visualization and why.