Why #datavizlive in London was great! Continuing my debrief. In #datavizlive part 2 I share lessons from dataveyes, Emma Cosh, Xocas & David McCandless.
Are your interactive data visualisations working for you or for you users? Have you fallen into pitfall of self-indulgent cleverness? Its anyone using it?
During our month with more focus on Data Visualisation, we should not overlook data visualisation books. I hope our previous posts, focussing on Data Viz blogs and twitter experts have helped your personal development. But, even in this digital age, we should not overlook the power of books. Whether you invest in hard copy or digital versions, the longer form of books often gives opportunity to better structure information for.. Read More
To add further diversity of voices to our Data Visualisation topic this month, a guest blog post on maps. Guest blogger Tony Boobier, joins us again, with a short piece musing on his geography lessons and the growing importance of mapping. Given I’ve just finished teaching a workshop, including options on data visualisation for geo-spatial data, it was amusing to read Tony’s thoughts.