I'm exploring ways to demonstrate graphs in comparison.
More specifically a web tool I've been working on needs to visualise a "Control Group" and an "Experimental Group" in a parallel way.
One solution is to design the graphs in "drawers" so that the user can slide them accordingly.
Few of the issues that arise are:
- How not to favor one group over the other
- How to rearrange the layout in such way to reserve as much space as possible
- How to present the information in a way that the user instantly understands the value of the comparison
- How to handle large amount of variables and avoid clutter.
Any comments would very helpful.