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A combination of a bivariate area chart, animation, and a population pyramid, with a sprinkling of detail and annotation.Tags: animation, R...
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Charles-Joseph Minard, best known for a graphic he made (during retirement, one year…Tags: book, Charles-Joseph Minard...
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The Earth Puzzle by generative design studio Nervous System has no defined borders.…Tags: Earth, geometry, Nervous System, puzzle...
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Election night has become quite the event for newsrooms and graphics departments over the years, and the visualization production cycle has started to feel more familiar each time. Tags: election...
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Ben Schmidt uses deep scatterplots to visualize millions of data points. It’s a…Tags: algorithm...
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Melanie Mitchell‘s piece, Artificial Intelligence Hits the Barrier of Meaning (NY Times behind limited paywall), is spot-on regarding the hype surrounding the current A.I. boom. It’s soon to come out in book length from FSG, so I suspect I’ll hear about it again in the New Yorker. Like Professor Mitchell, I started my Ph.D. at […] The post Melanie Mitchell says, “As s...
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Laurent Belsie writes: An economist formerly with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wrote a paper on whether a move away from forced arbitration would cost credit card companies money. He found that the results are statistically insignificant at the 95 percent (and 90 percent) confidence level. But the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency […] The post Watch out for naively (becau...
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Benjamin Carlisle writes: A year ago, I received a message from Anna Powell-Smith about a research paper written by two doctors from Cambridge University that was a mirror image of a post I wrote on my personal blog roughly two years prior. The structure of the document was the same, as was the rationale, the […] The post “Recapping the recent plagiarism scandal” appeared first o...
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Kaiser Fung (Numbersense, Principal Analytics Prep) reacts to an article claiming more gym memberships have not reduced obesity rate....
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The Guardian goes with scaled, angled arrows to show the Republican and Democrat…Tags: difference, election, Guardian...
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