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Avoiding Data Pitfalls, Part 2: Fooled by Small Samples

Previous – “Part 1: Gaps Between Data and Reality“ I’m reading “Thinking, Fast and Slow”…

Kobe Vs. Jordan: what defines a “career”?

Since Kobe Bryant surpassed Michael Jordan in “career points” scored this past Sunday, much has…

Free Sampler of Communicating Data with Tableau

In June of this year I published my first book with O’Reilly Media called “Communicating…

I got a fever…

…and the only prescription is more data. Check out these regularly published data and data…

Pursuing a Passion…

In the New Year, I’ll be heading to the Pacific Northwest with my family to…

How to Fight Forest Fires with Data

Time is precious so I am a big believer in merging interests, but only where…

Upcoming Data Viz Contests, July 2012

Data visualization challenges present the opportunity to push our skills to the next level and…

Clarity or Aesthetics? Part 3 – Tips for Achieving Both

Previous Post (Part 2 of 3): A Tale of Four Quadrants We started this series…

Clarity or Aesthetics? Part 2 – A Tale of Four Quadrants

Previous Post (1 of 3): Data Visualization: Clarity or Aesthetics? Part 2 of 3: A…

Interview with Polychart’s Lisa Zhang

Introducing Polychart’s Lisa Zhang I spent some time talking with Polychart’s Lisa Zhang this…