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Worldwide Wired vs. Wireless Broadband Connectivity

Worldwide Wired vs. Wireless Broadband Connectivity Chart - RF CafeScientific American consistently has some of the best graphs and illustrations of any technical magazine, but this new one from IEEE Spectrum that displays broadband data connectivity for wired vs. wireless is right up there in quality IMHO. What distinguishes a good chart from a bad chart? Assuming that all pertinent data is presented, the most important feature is eye catchiness. If an audience is not attracted to your information, you have wasted time. Sure, science purists will argue that a B&W line graph is all that is required to convey important results, but in today's world expectations are higher than, say, in 1879 when Thomas Edison might have been giving a lecture on the performance of various compositions of lamp filaments. Cluttering a chart with superfluous information such as background photos is not only unnecessary but potentially damaging; however, judicial use of color, line styles, and font faces can make the difference between success and failure.

Worldwide Wired vs. Wireless Broadband Connectivity - RF Cafe

Posted  April 2013