I continue to showcase some of the beautiful work done by students who attended Professor Cairo’s Introduction to Infographics and Visualization MOOC course in October 2013 that just completed. This one is to showcase a redesign assignment by Andrei Ciobanu. Andrei chose to arrange criteria in columns in order to make numbers comparable. Here was […]

I continue to showcase some of the beautiful work done by students who attended Professor Cairo’s Introduction to Infographics and Visualization MOOC course in October 2013 that just completed. This one is to showcase is a redesign assignment by Jose Rodríguez. Here is Jose’s explanation of his redesign. In the review of “Who is buying […]

I continue to showcase some of the beautiful work done by students who attended Professor Cairo’s Introduction to Infographics and Visualization MOOC course in October 2013 that just completed. The one is to showcase is a redesign assignment by Kamila Zhussupova. Here is Kamila’s explanation of her redesign. Hi, this is my variant of the infographic […]

Readers: As I did when I originally attended Professor Cairo’s Introduction to Infographics and Visualization MOOC course last January, I am showcasing some of the beautiful work done by his current students in the October 2013 class that just completed. The first one I am going to showcase is a redesign assignment by Julien Hennequart. Julian […]

NOTE: In my regular evening trolling of blogs related to data visualization, I came across a blog by Jalil Farid called [physics. mathematics. sports. technology. fun]. In particular, I liked his thoughts on what he perceived a data scientist to be. So today, I am showcasing portions of his blog on this topic. Enjoy! Michael […]

Neil Freeman posted an interesting question on his blog, Fake is the New Real:  What would the United States look like if each state were equal in population? Freeman, an artist and urban planner, has redrawn the map of the United States to show what it would look like if the same number of people […]

This is the last blog from my multi-part series on Charles Minard’s Flow Map of Napoleon’s Russian Campaign of 1812. It discusses the reasons why it failed, which relate mainly to logistics. I hope you enjoyed this series and will soon discuss other famous data visualizations in World history. I would like to credit Martin […]