I love the design and dataviz thinking in Susie Lu’s reworking of an information format that we take for granted due to its almost globally consistent format. Reviziting the Receipt by @DataToViz
Can’t believe how late I am watching this but I don’t mind admitting it because everyone should read and watch it. It’s never too late. The same thing I say to people who think there’s no point in standing against social media.
Lovely data visualisation with great content. What’s not to love? (Other than the fact that you’re about to get distracted by what you were supposed to be doing whilst putting together a Spotify playlist!) #dataviz
Great #dataviz exploring the number of refugees and asylum seekers across the EU. It demonstrates the low numbers the UK have actually taken compared to other countries (in stark contrast to the brexit narrative). #datavisualisation #RefugeesWelcome https://t.co/cFzKwx5Omb
Reading up on regression analysis on a packed train. I’m thinking I might have to test out my learning by predicting the optimal number of carriages for the morning TransPennine service from Hudds to Man Pic. Hint: It’s more than 3. #digitalsociology #spss #statistics
A(nother) brilliant podcast from #dataviz #ux #design #research https://t.co/CT3S9CfaZC. Such an accessible and enjoyable discussion about cognitive bias, just as relevant to designers and researchers as it is to data visualisers.
This year’s shortlist for the Information is Beautiful Awards is amazing. So much creativity, variety, technical ability, design talent, effective communication and necessary topics. Invest some time in each one. #dataviz https://t.co/jWioAIBG5P
Intriguing reproduction of the World map where country size is representative of country population. #dataviz https://t.co/ciQRersLTU
RT #storytelling format with #charts — what has changed since the #L…: Five reporters discuss — in an awesome interactive
To mark a great year for british cycling, I created a Data Visualisation showing all Tour de France winners’ stage results and winning margins, from 1903-1918. Well done https://t.co/AuEg78O4Uh #dataviz, and !
Lovely article, reminding me as I push D3 further and further how I used to use Letraset in technical drawings (though not for anyone as grand as The Economist!)… “Data visualisation, from 1987 to today” by Graham Douglas #dataviz #d3 https://t.co/hX8p1rH2Xq
#datavizI think to be considered truly legitimate this kind of analysis is meant to be delivered via the medium of either napkin or back of fag packet? 😃⚽️
A couple of years old but this Tampa Bay Times editorial is a great example of story-telling via data visualisation: https://t.co/wCXoOakE5z
A Big Data history. How the need to cater for exabytes and zettabytes evolved into a mainstream concept. #bigdata https://t.co/W0XTWPFtx2
Awaiting 31st Oct with interest. Reminds me that with Facebook, you, the user, are the sold product. The advertiser is the customer. https://t.co/0NqzilIm1q
Spent the day minion opining. I mean, opinion mining. Basically the same thing with some twitter content! #digitalsociology
Not just a list of data analysis tools for social scientists but also why/when you might use them. #digitalsociology https://t.co/yMEW6UvCYl
Thick things that I like: Thick snow; Thick icing on cake; Thick socks; and now, Thick data. #bigdata #thickdata https://t.co/3TcVKramsv
Remarkable how rare the word ‘datum’ is in this data rich, data aware, data monitored age.