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You have many options but I'll dictate those options based on your given info's: Scenario: So when the user selects a filter the data that shows in the table might be invalid the next second #1. Possible Solution: If the user selected an invalid data you can use a message (notification) that indicates the data is invalid because * state a reason ...


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Auto refresh will increase load on Database as well as application. Don't do that, unless user is really needed to see data changing each second. Periodically change the Key data, do not refresh ENTIRE set of data. Rest, either show users notification of latest data is available. And when they take any action, fetch data and display. Key is, ASK the ...


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A lot of sites (this one included) simply notify the user that there are updates and provide a shortcut to load just the new data. This allows the user to proceed as they wish, in one of two ways: If what the user is doing is not critical, then he/she can continue working without interruption If the user is very concerned about having the most up-to-date ...


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Talk to the users to see their patterns of working with the data and their preferences on how to get it refreshed — cyclically, on demand or else.


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Depends. When is the data critical to the user? I would think that if he's fiddling with filters, he wants to filter the current data but just give him the option to update the data. Also give him the option to have an automatic refresh if he wishes. His choice.


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It has already been pointed out in the comments, but I'll provide an answer to elaborate on some of the points made. As you know, line graphs connect data points that have a relationship between successive values, such that taken as a whole they can reveal trends or patterns over another variable (generally temporal like time). If your focus is on the ...


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If you are talking about folksonomy, then company is not really responsible for the user-generated content, however, this can and will influence the perceived professionalism of the service provider. Unless the user-generated content is differentiated from the service-provided content visually, i.e., has a visibly different text style. Another option would ...


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Whenever possible it is best to help guide user (defaults, or suggested naming conventions, etc.) configurable data for consistency. It will in turn help keep this part of the app looking professional where it merges with your UI structure. For example let's say you provide the users with the ability to create custom names for certain sets of times a day. ...


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A general comment (but one that doesn't fit well in the comment section with links etc before anyone gets on their high horse) is that inequality symbols >, <, >=, <= get introduced in maths syllabuses a lot earlier than interval notations so I'd expect more people to understand >TIE - 55 than (TIE -55] and >55 - 67 than (55 - 67] - I remember using >, ...


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Taking continuity into acount I would go with something like this:


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Mobile experiences are, almost by definition, brief and focused. The concept of a dashboard is a great one for this type of data, and your parallel to a fitness app here is actually quite a good one. I'd do some research on mobile fitness app card design and see if you find something that sparks some ideas. For my money, I'd go after something like the ...


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It really depends on how often the data updates (and therefore how many users are working concurred) and how long the user will stay on the page. If the user logs in once per day to see, if there are new documents, the dialog showing the list of documents can be "updated" on login. If the platform is rather agile, i.e. there is lots of cooperative work on ...


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I think that weekly total sales also be different from each other. In order to show overall performance, two different interconnected bar-chart can be a good solution for your problem.


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Pie charts are not good when you have to compare. Also, they have a limit of how many values to represent. I would recommend a horizontal bar chart. Comparisons are much more easy and you can have many values. Also, the names of the employees are much more easy to read. Keep the bar chart simple : Do not add grid-lines. X-axis values are not needed. Place ...


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Here I attach 2 options to display the information which you want. This is my idea and this is wire-frame only so don't consider it as design. I commented necessary information so please read it carefully. I hope you will have clear idea that what I am trying to explain. Images shown below are just for the example purpose. These are the screens :


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Welcome to UXSE. This is a good approch. But I have something different. Added one new feature hope you like it. Refer image:


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In the case of applied research analysis, it's wise to avoid choosing a blanket approach. As @Michael Lai mentioned, your hypothesis / research question should drive your choice of statistical method and Jeff Sauro's blog is a good resource. (I'll avoid my tirade about the lack of real hypothesis testing in UX research for later because it sounds like you ...



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