Category Archives: Visualization

Specific visualization concepts

Visualizing the Busy-ness

Not that anyone would be surprised to discover a direct correlation between supply and demand but in my last post on “Visualizing Knowledge” the scatter plot proved to be a very advantageous chart type in that it showed there was … Continue reading

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Visualizing Knowledge

I love it when a plan comes together. For the past several weeks I’ve been reading furiously and working like a dog doing my day job, while also trying to come up to speed on Qlik Sense as quickly as … Continue reading

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Visualizing Lab Results

Have you heard the joke about the lab technician that walks into the room to stick you with a 15” needle and draw your blood? Of course you haven’t that’s just not very funny stuff. More than likely you are … Continue reading

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Visualizing Blood Pressure

I was recently asked to produce a rounding report for physicians. Easy enough right? Slap some vitals on a page, toss in some lab results and the medication administration record and voila … you have a rounding report. But that … Continue reading

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