Tag Archives: data visualization

Data journalists as punks

I may be in communications now, but I always can appreciate a good nod to data visualizations and any video that opens with The Clash.

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Maps + Data = Love

Let’s get this out of the way:  If I see a story with an interactive map, I’m probably going to click the hell out of it. They are the shiny things that often distracts me. Census data, school data, disaster … Continue reading

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New book offers advice on telling stories with data

Something that may be worth checking out: A new book, “Visualize This” by Nathan Yau, a PhD candidate in Statistics at UCLA and blogger at flowingdata.com, promises to be a practical guide for creating graphics. It appears to be geared … Continue reading

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