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1. Information technology (IT).

Visualisation is the process of taking data and using IT to display it, in ways that yield more insight.

A simple example is a chart.

New visualisation tools
"... visualisation tools display data in a way that it can be queried...
We've had these tools to an extent, but the new-generation visualisation techniques available mean that we will be able to display information in such a fashion that you can get a lot more out of it.
You reveal the insight that's hidden in the data and you access that insight much more quickly."
The Treasurer magazine, December 2019, p19 - Stuart Wray CA AMCT, Head of Implementation, Future Finance, RBS.

2. More generally.

Similar techniques, without using IT.

See also