In the sixth edition of our award-winning series, we use data visuals, charts and graphics to illustrate the forces shaping our world, from inflation and artificial intelligence to climate change and geopolitics.
“It is a capital mistake to theorise before one has data. Insensibly one begins to twist facts to suit theories, instead of theories to suit facts”
This quotation, from Arthur Conan Doyle’s master detective Sherlock Holmes, neatly illustrates why it is important to ensure research starts with data.
But data is not enough on its own. To be valuable, it must be organised and presented clearly and accurately. Good data visualisation can help with this, by illustrating important themes and highlighting overlooked trends.
The graphics in The Little Book of Data make us stop and think. They challenge our preconceptions and prompt us to consider key market themes from a fresh perspective.
Most important of all, they help ensure we always adapt our theories to suit the facts – and not the other way round.
We hope you enjoy the sixth edition.
Download The Little Book of Data to understand:
- Key developments in economies and markets
- The risks and opportunities associated with the climate transition
- Why investors should pay attention to biodiversity and social issues
The Little Book of Data 6
The sixth edition of The Little Book of Data presents original and curated visuals, charts and graphics to offer a fresh perspective on topics shaping our world, including climate change, artificial intelligence, inflation, economics and geopolitics.
Recognition for The Little Book of Data
The Little Book of Data 5
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The Little Book of Data 3
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The Little Book of Data 2
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