Readers: I subscribe to the web site, Junk Charts, and wanted to share the latest blog post by Kaiser Fung. Kaiser Fung (photo, right) is a recognized expert, speaker, author and teacher in business analytics, and data visualization. He directs the Master of Science in Applied Analytics at Columbia […]
Republicans were with Nixon until the end — on the eve of his resignation, 59% were opposed to impeachment.
(Photo Above) W.E.B. Du Bois at the 1900 Paris Exposition. (Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers/Library of Congress) Data visualization techniques continue to provide popular tools for everyone from journalists, researchers and corporations to provide a better way to view often dense data and explain complex data […]
One of the most famous maps incorporating time was created in 1861 by Charles Minard, a French Engineer. The map and chart, entitled, “Carte figurative des pertes successives en hommes de l’Armée Française dans la campagne de Russie 1812-1813″, brilliantly illustrated the march to and from the Polish-Russian border to […]
01/16/2017 Update: Here is the link to the original source. Thanks to Preston L. Bannister for providing it to me. Readers: My wife sent me this the other day. I have tried to find the source, but have not been able to so far. Once I do, […]
Readers: I was in Portland, Oregon last week attending three data visualization workshops by industry expert, Stephen Few. I was very excited to be sitting at the foot of the master for three days and soak in all of this great dataviz information. Last Thursday, was the third […]
Readers: I am in Portland, Oregon this week attending three data visualization workshops by industry expert, Stephen Few. I am very excited to be sitting at the foot of the master for three days and soak in all of this great dataviz information. Today, was the second workshop, […]