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Visualisation of early warning information

Source(s):  Science for Humanitarian Emergencies and Resilience (SHEAR)

There are many widely recognised cognitive advantages to communicating data, information and knowledge through visual representations rather than written or verbal words. Visualisations improve users’ ability to make an informed decision or complete a specific task, and can result in better understanding or behaviour changes.

This document provides guidance on aspects to consider when designing visualisation of early warning information. By following this guidance, early warning information can be better communicated to be useful, useable, and used, so that action is taken and lives are saved.

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  • Visualisation of early warning information
  • Publication date 2019
  • Author(s) Twomlow, Anna; Budimir, Mirianna;
  • Number of pages 3 p.

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