Christina’s World, by U.S. artist Andrew Wyeth, is considered an icon of American painting.

Do you think the painting arrived in Wyeth’s mind fully formed? Of course not. He sketched his vision over and over again to get the lines of the subject just right.

As any artist would with their work, Wyeth honed in on the best articulation of his subject. How can data analysts learn from this process? In the field of data analysis, the same principles of drafting and iteration apply to helping you find and present the best insights in your data.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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