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16 November 2012

Using Color

When you create charts and forms for your own personal use, do you use color as a means to organize the information? In their informal notes or reports, some people color their assumptions, references to a certain ancestor, or other key details. Use of color helps to make certain things stand out.

And noticing things is what information analysis is all about.

1 comment:

  1. That's true.

    And when you say that some people color their assumptions, it reminds me that some people's research progress is colored by their wrong assumptions. Which is your point - be aware when you are assuming something that you haven't proven.

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