How to Lie with Charts : Investor's Edition
This is the third edition of Gerald Everett Jones's popular textbook on achieving clarity in business and financial presentations. New material includes financial proofreading, inherent flaws of dashboard displays, and basics of stock market technical analysis. Emphasis is on catching chart errors - which are often unintentional - whether you are making your own or trying to interpret a presenter's claims.
- Paperback | 366 pages
- 190.5 x 234.95 x 21.08mm | 784.71g
- 23 Jun 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- Illustrations, black and white
About Gerald E Jones
Gerald Everett Jones has managed major proposal and business analysis projects in government, healthcare, and commercial sectors. He is the author of more than 25 business and technical books on digital media production, including numerous how-to books on legacy charting applications such as Harvard Graphics and Freelance Graphics. He has also written extensively on PowerPoint and Excel. He has hands-on background in IT systems development and was project leader on the ARTIS computer graphics system, a precursor of PowerPoint.