Financial Reporting Using Computer Graphics

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A nontechnical guide for managers who want to use state-of- the-art computer graphics techniques to display, interpret, and utilize financial data. Step-by-step, this one-of-a-kind desk- top reference shows managers how to harness the powerful graphic capabilities of micro, mini and mainframe computers, and offers easy access to a complete working knowledge of this extraordinary new information tool. The book explains how to develop and use a graphic management information system, how computer graphics can improve the management of cash, inventory, purchasing and accounts payable/receivable, and which kinds of graphs work best in different situations.

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FINANCIAL GRAPHIC STANDARDSAN ORGANIZED APPROACH
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Irwin M. Jarett is Professor of Health Economics, Department of Health Care Planning, Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Springfield.
Patri-cia A. Brady is a Researcher in the De-partment.

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