February 15, 2015
This week I received an email from e-Learning expert Matt Grist of Junifer Systems. Matt had a few comments on the software (thanks Matt) and shared a SimpleDiagram he created for one of his online training courses.
Here's Matt's commentary on the diagram:
This diagram is rather complicated. Or perhaps more precisely, the diagram tries to explain a complicated task: how gas suppliers predict how much gas a customer is going to use based on their previous meter readings, where they live, the weather for the next year, and an estimate (i.e. guess) at global gas prices over the next twelve months.
I’m quite new to the gas industry and what I find impressive is that the result of this calculation is much more accurate than rolling a dice. Anyway, this diagram obviously some accompanying explanation, which I’m currently writing. But I think the diagram is really going to help me get my point across.
Some tips I found useful for making this diagram:
Thanks for sharing the diagram, Matt. If any other of you want to share what you've developed with SimpleD, just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org