Chartjunk, a term first coined by Edward Tufte, refers to all those elements in a chart that add no further value. Chartjunk comes in many shapes and size - redundant labels, unnecessary gridlines, over-the-top use of colors and everything that a 'creative' mind can think of. However what should be kept in mind is that this term also has a strong contextual meaning. An element that may appear as chartjunk in one graph may serve ...

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