My infographic on the complexity of a billiard shot

JeremiahGage

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These are just the effects from your body movement, so the diagram doesn't include equipment effects like type of tip, shaft deflection, cleanliness of ball, etc.
 
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jeffj2h

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Great graphic! I tried to spot an obvious error but don't see any. You are obviously adept at PowerPoint.

If you are a student of how to clearly convey detailed information in a concise format, check out Minard's graphic of Napoleon's invasion and retreat from Russia in 1813:


From Wikipedia: "It displays six types of data in two dimensions: the number of Napoleon's troops; the distance traveled; temperature; latitude and longitude; direction of travel; and location relative to specific dates."
 

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Thomas McKane

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I'm pretty sure that learning to play billiards well is far harder than invading Russia (even during the winter), and I wonder if the two graphics can be combined in such a way to show that.:wink:

Great graphic! I tried to spot an obvious error but don't see any. You are obviously adept at PowerPoint.

If you are a student of how to clearly convey detailed information in a concise format, check out Minard's graphic of Napoleon's invasion and retreat from Russia in 1813:


From Wikipedia: "It displays six types of data in two dimensions: the number of Napoleon's troops; the distance traveled; temperature; latitude and longitude; direction of travel; and location relative to specific dates."
 

ceebee

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These are just the effects from your body movement, so the diagram doesn't include equipment effects like type of tip, shaft deflection, cleanliness of ball, etc.

Very nicely done. I put one like that in my book, to show the process of developing memory.
 

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