Why is it called Harvey Ball?
Harvey Ball have been named after Harvey S. Ball, who devised them for use with business intelligence. The prime reason why they have become so popular is that they provide a quick and easy way to express the broad range of organizational ideas that can otherwise be overwhelming in nature. The overall purpose of the Harvey Balls is to allow a businessperson or an individual in the government to express their opinion on various topics that deal with business intelligence and statistical analysis.
Let us take a look at one of the simplest ways to visualize qualitative data using Harvey Balls. What you will do is to select a point on the graph that is on the x-axis. Next, you will choose a point on the y axis. Now, you will plot the corresponding value on the bar that encompasses both points on the x and y axes. Harvey ball makes the point on the chart that you are plotting your data to appear on top of the chart.
In general, there are many more uses for these types of pie charts and point graphs. But we have listed just a few for use with business intelligence and with presentations that deal with qualitative data.
What are Harvey Ball?
Harvey Balls is round, soft, square, colorful ideographs used primarily to communicate symbolic data. They are also widely used in charting for the presentation of quantitative data. They represent data as values that are rounded or felt to be rounded to the nearest whole number. In addition, the Harvey Ball is often used for symbolic data in regression analysis and to show trends over time.
Why are they widely used in presentations and data visualization? The reason is simple: they are visually appealing. You can use various visualizations with Harvey Balls like line charts, scatter plots, histograms, pie charts, and panel charts. If you want to look at a couple of different types of visualizations with these balls, try this simple example showing the distribution of temperature on a log-log scale. The log-log plot shows the number of temperature points over time as well as their geometric shape.
How do you save space and time when presenting data with these unique tools? Most importantly, it is very easy to customize the look and formatting of your presentation. Most templates are ready for Microsoft Word and PowerPoint versions, so you won’t need to download and install additional plug-ins or unique graphics. In addition, a template can be customized with one or more images or graphics.
How do you make a Harvey Ball in PowerPoint?
How most Harvey Ball powerpoint will be :
And here is the possible way you can show case your Harvey Balls presentation:
Go to the Insert tab in PowerPoint. Snap-on “Shapes” and select the Oval. Hold Shift (this makes a balanced shape) while you draw the circle on your slide.
Adjust the circle you just made in the Shape Format tab. You can choose any of the format options to make the Harvey balls by choosing an individual shape fill and blueprint.
Whenever you’ve completed the circle configuration, go to the Insert tab once more. This time, utilize the Partial circle. Hold Shift again while attracting a fractional circle a similar size to the circle you made previously. You can organize the fractional circle similarly you did with the circle previously. You can change the extents of the two shapes (they MUST be a similar size!) by tapping on the shape, then, at that point, investigating the width and stature of the shapes. You can likewise change the size here on the off chance that they don’t coordinate.
Put your incomplete circle precisely on top of the entire circle. The incomplete circle has orange dabs, which permit you to change the “measure of a circle” – you would now be able to change the Harvey ball as you like.
Hold the left mouse catch and slide over your made Harvey ball (a slight dim square shape shows up over the part you’re choosing). Then, at that point, do a right snap and select “Group” > “Group.” This makes your two made shapes one and permits you to move your Harvey ball around all in all. You can, in any case, change the circle and halfway circle by double-tapping on them.
The odds are that you’ll require something other than one Harvey Ball for your show. Fortunately, you essentially need to make one – you can duplicate that one as frequently as you need. You can change the size and plan even after you’ve reordered your circles. Click on your (gathered!, see Step 5) Harvey ball, right snap, “Duplicate,” and Paste any place you need it.
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nice and a efficient blog based on Harvey template. a small suggestion is like try to add a small video on how to create it in the template.