Category Archives: Data Visualization

Out with a Bang!

As many of you know, OLA LART has languished in the last year with no leadership.  This will be the last post on this blog until such time as someone decides to pick up the torch. As I say good-bye, … Continue reading

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Oregon Program Evaluators Network (OPEN)

The Oregon Program Evaluators Network (OPEN) has announced the keynote presenter for their next conference on Sept 19th, 2014. The speaker will be Stephanie Evergreen who writes about presenting data effectively. You can view her website here. I attended the … Continue reading

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Using Google Analytics to Understand Customer/Patron Intent

One of this month’s “Tips of the Week” from Google Analytics has great potential for assessing patron intent when visiting your library’s website. They suggest: “If you are trying to understand what your visitors want from you, a great place … Continue reading

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From Lib(rary) Performance: Data Visualization

Ray Lyons alters a 2011 American Association of School Libraries graph to make it even more readable. http://libperform.wordpress.com/2013/02/09/bad-to-place-before-school-children/

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