The continuing proliferation of information—in scale, speed, and variety of sources—has created practice and research environments where analysis expertise to sort through and extract insights from these data is increasingly valuable to drive decisions and answer questions. However, alongside this surge in need, the number of quantitative specialists who can adeptly process data in raw form has increased at a much slower pace, if at all. This has exacerbated the need for new tools and techniques to bring interpretability, accessibility, and ease of communication to data. Data visualization meets this need, and for industrial and organizational (I-O) psychologists serving as the conduit between data and influential insight for the business community, visualization is an underutilized area of proficiency to fuel success in this role.

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