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Analyzing Library Data Using Charts

A librarian has to do a hard chore task by recording all the information regarding the library, right from the books to its members. It is very natural to get confused with all the data in the excel sheet. The data has to be arranged so that it is easy to search. With the increase in the variety of educational options, visitors in the library has also increased. Not only for this reason, but few people love to read and spend their time in the library. So right from management, medical, literature, magazines, fictions, and lot to be mentioned, are stocked there.To cope with these things, library uses an advanced system for recording information. However the only way to analyze the data is through implementation of data visualization methods. Things like increase in the category of books from, say, 2000-2009 etc, can be easily understood through charts. Many members try out experimenting and do not stay for a long time. A data containing such members and the permanent members can be easily analyzed through charts.Libraries also has organizational and personal customers. These customers can be drawn parallelly on the chart, with the names and year of admission mentioned. Age wise distribution of members can be measured through charts. Information about their members like their name, profession, address, personal details, etc can also be shown through charting components.If we want to know from which profession do we hold maximum members, charts are the best way for a quick view. In library, books are prone to wear and tear but, it is essential to keep a track of the extent of wear and tear. Charts are a great way of keeping track of this data. It is easy to understand the number of books needed to get replaced through charts.What are the different sections of books they keep, with the names and authors mentioned, can be checked within seconds when inquired and do not have to scan through long excel sheets.