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Joey Burant Feb 20
Great figure! I was inspired to do a little playing around, with a helpful 'flat violin' geom from .
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Topi Tjukanov Feb 23
Still admiring this from 110 years ago (1908) about Finnish sawmill exports. I think I have to steal that color palette.
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Alberto Cairo Feb 22
An argument based on evidence and careful reasoning is not a "story". More often than not, a or infographic isn't a "story". "Storytelling" puts you in a frame of mind whereby you feel compelled to fit information into a predetermined mold. Ban "storytelling".
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Alberto Cairo Feb 18
The NYT Book Review recommends three books about probabilistic reasoning:
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Antonio Solano Feb 18
Officially looking for a new position after I finish my Masters in May! Hopefully at the intersection of , and / and for now in the Greater area!
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helena jambor Feb 20
Oh look what I found, Wilson et al show a half-and-half-graph in current issue of , half dot plot, half boxplot!
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Daniyal Shaikh 2h
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Qlik Feb 21
What do you know about ? is sharing his ways to make your extra clear with more than just effective color use:
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Shirley Wu Feb 23
Important notes from “the functional art” so far: designing with a set of goals for the helps narrow the forms it can take. Goals it can have: help reader more easily compare, organize, and/or correlate the data. No goals = more likely to put aesthetic over function.
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Alberto Cairo Feb 23
Hi everyone, if you teach , this piece by is an EXCELLENT primer: “Models are empirical ways of thinking about the world and processing information. Even if you’ve never built a statistical model, you use mental models that help you process the world”
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Filippo Mastroianni Feb 22
I think this is one of the best I ever published on ! Can't wait to write the stories behind this about foreign residents in Italy!
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Mark Misener 6h
Used the mapboxgl-jupyter lib to quickly visualize the most recent 911 calls in Seattle, WA, all within a Jupyter notebook!
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WFP VAM Feb 23
: The seasonal explorer in our will soon have a river basin rainfall tool! Users will be able to monitor how river basin rainfall is progressing during the season and identify potential problems in extremely dry or extremely wet seasons
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Mikhail Popov Feb 21
🎶 Hey hey 👏🏻 🎶 you you 👏🏻 do you know that chart type? My literacy workshop gives an overview of a bunch of types of statistical graphics and explains how to interpret them:
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Sandra Rendgen Feb 22
Dear and people: I am currently compiling a book with ALL statistical maps by Charles-Joseph Minard (yes, every single one), due out in the fall. Happy to be partnering on this with . I am more than !
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Sherrell Dorsey 9h
Hey, friends—I mentioned this in yesterday: Here's a glance at the spreadsheet I've been building on black-owned co-working spaces. I'm working with a few folks to build this out into a larger project but please feel free to share.
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Sonja Kuijpers | STUDIO TERP 17h
At first glance like the setup so def going to try this one :-) by . How about checking it out as well , , ?
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Mara Averick 12h
Always 💖a new simulation: "How Long You’ll Have to Wait at a Restaurant Before You Get a Table"
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Mike Brondbjerg Feb 20
Wealth Distribution in Monaco by Google Maps :)
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Trade News Analysis 12h
Global trade flows in fruits ⬇️ 1. Dried 🍇 2. Dried 3. Dried 4. Dried 🍏 via
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