Skewed graphs thread continued!

Discussion in 'Graphics and Semiconductor Industry' started by Mendel, Oct 1, 2011.

  1. Mendel

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    Now they have a new way to misrepresent bar charts!

    Wrong way to do it:

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    No bar for you, competition!

    Right way to do it:

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    So they can begin a graph from zero and actually present a sensible graph if they want to. Wow... if only they would have framerate numbers, maybe then the graph would be almost usable even if it is cherry picking!

    edit: I´m assuming these are genuine AMD marketing slides, of course.

    edit: It´s kind of funny though because I kind of forecasted this: http://forum.beyond3d.com/showpost.php?p=1096584&postcount=53

    Now here it is, in reality. Single bar comparison graph where the competition gets no bar... and to make it worse, there is no actual framerate numbers.
     
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