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- 10% of the news in infographics …

Selected Category: Datavisualization

visualcomplexity

Very complex complexity in graphics – sexy too?

From Russia comes some of the most beautiful visualizations, I have ever seen. But what do they mean?

MarianoRivera

The Death of Datavisualization in the News

No longer will it be enough to execute graphics with a certain wow-factor and then hope for the best.

Paolo-Ciuccarelli

The Aesthetics of Conversations – Paolo Ciuccarelli

MALOFIEJ 19. ‘Even if we have the perfect set of data, we should learn from people in social science. They know that numbers and figures will never really represent the phenomenon we’re looking at’

eye78

Students are not prepared for datavisualizations

It is quite common for students to see ‘design research’ as a trip to the library to look for rare patterns or visual devices

exoplanet_errors

Exoplanet Atlas full of errors

Three designers and three researchers worked on the project for nine months doing 26 drafts, and yet it takes only a very simple check-up to realize, that this Atlas is not to be trusted

newera

A New Era in Infographics – don’t miss

If you haven’t already seen this incredibly well-produced and interesting video about the new infographics era, then it’s time for you to do so.

wikileaks_traffic

Wikileaks.org’s Cablegate documents will be big business for everyone involved

What happens when everyone can read about some leaked classified documents, but can’t actually get to the source – yet? The traffic keeps building for everyone involved.

amandacox

Amanda Cox in Denmark for New Media Days

If you want to see a presentation by one of the best practitioners (and thinkers) in the data-visualization field, then spend an hour in the company of Amanda Cox from The New York Times

errorvis

Another beautiful infographic with glaring errors goes viral

Three errors and a weird round-off separates this graphic from being, what it claims to be: ‘The Science behind Wikipedia’s Jimmy Appeal’

datavizflame

The next big thing in infographics – five criterias and a solution

Yes – Let’s go all the way, and get a competition running to produce the best infographic-related image with this tool