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Semitransparencies as a tool and design element

It's a common practice to overlay objects in charts to show they span the depth and/or width of other objects.  it's less common to make those objects semitransparent.  It's a nice technique that adds a little more depth to the concept being communicated.  Take, for example, the image below.

 

The squares in the matrix are like more like a stained glass window than a flat, opaque matrix.  Both are very usable, but the semitransparency of this graphic is a little less used and very pretty.  

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