Inclusion and Exclusion in Emma Willard, Maps of History
A critical look at Willard's depiction of American history and America’s place in the history of the world. Many of her choices are still with us in the way we view our present space and time.
Review: Making With Data, a Fascinating Dive Into The World of Physical Data Design
The book explores the world of tactile and hand-made data exhibits. It showcases inspiring physicalization projects and offers tips and tools to try your own.
The #30DayChartChallenge Is Ready to Kick Off
The #30DayChartChallenge is a data visualization community challenge to create a visualization on a particular theme each day in April. The challenge began in 2021 and is about to launch its third year.
Philip Bump: Telling the Story of the Baby Boomers in Charts
Washington Post columnist Philip Bump tackled a whole generation in his book, The Aftermath. He used 127 charts to drive the analysis and the narrative.
A Eulogy for Dark Sky, a Data Visualization Masterpiece
A deep look at how the Dark Sky weather app used simple but highly effective charts to report and contextualize the weather.
Aida Horaniet Ibañez, Daniel Richter & Joëlla van Donkersgoed
From The Historical Archive To The Citizens: Visualizing Census Data From Brill Street in 1922
Inspired by historical census data from a former industrial city in Luxembourg, three researchers ventured into a project to turn population records into a tactile, 3-dimensional, and interactive exhibit.
Recreating and Revising a Dashboard About Human Space Flight
A design exploration to improve a human space flight dashboard with a new layout and interactivity.
Three Questions with… Guillermina Sutter Schneider
Nightingale meets the dataviz community! Today, we're hearing from data scientist and information designer Guillermina Sutter Schneider.
Visualizing the Dream Life of Russians During Wartime
When war with Ukraine ignited last year, a Russian journalist and sociology students turned dream recordings into data visualizations.
John Bailer and Rosemary Pennington
Submit a Data Visualization to the Stats+Stories Podcast Competition!
The Stats+Stories podcast is ringing in 300 episodes and 10 years of programs—and it is celebrating with a data viz contest! Here are all the details.
What ChatGPT (and Humans) Say About Data Science Trends
Milán Janosov asked ChatGPT about data science. Then, he analyzed Twitter to see what humans think about the topic. Here's how they compare.
The Challenge of Designing Nuclear Waste Warning Markers to Last 10,000 Years
A group of experts had to propose visual warning markers for a radioactive waste site. Their design needed to be comprehensible, durable, and timeless.
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