This article is the “D” part of a series of tips and formats (in alphabet order) to help you convey your data visualization messages in the best way possible. Starting with A for “Area...
“A clever smuggler came to the border with a donkey. The donkey’s back was heavily laden with straw. The official at the border was suspicious and pulled apart the man’s bundles till there was straw all around, but not a valuable thing in the straw was found. “But I’m certain you’re smuggling something,” the official […]
Just as there are many ways to tell a story, there are countless ways to illustrate data with charts. Here are some ideas for customizing your own.
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In 2011 Mark Schnitzer’s Lab in Stanford came up with a brilliant technology: a miniaturized integrated microscope that can be
According to Merriam-Webster, the word video – in case you wondered – is with us since 1937 and originated from the Latin word videre ‘to see.’ So video is translated into ‘I see,’ following the same pattern of Audio – ‘I hear.’ With the increase in broadband and wireless speed and the mass adoption of […]