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This week we have Miriah Meyer (University of Utah) and Danyel Fisher (Microsoft Research) on the show to talk about their new book Making Data Visual, which covers areas that other visualization books typically do not address: namely, how to go from formulating questions to building visualizations that solve actual problems that people have.
On the show we talk about how the book came to be; some of the concepts introduced by Miriah and Danyel in the book, such as the use of proxy tasks for data; and how you could use it for your own projects.
Enjoy the show!
1. Welcome to Data Stories! (00:00:31)
2. Use Patreon or Paypal to support us! (00:00:57)
3. Introducing Making Data Visual by Danyel Fisher and Miriah Meyer (00:01:35)
4. Miriah Meyer (00:02:34)
5. Danyel Fisher (00:03:10)
6. How Miriah and Danyel approached writing a data visualization book in a new way (00:03:34)
7. The notion of 'proxy' in data visualization (00:05:40)
8. The primacy of questions in data visualization (00:07:39)
9. "The art of visualization": how do you do it? (00:11:03)
10. Science research depends on proxies too (00:13:41)
11. On "data counseling" (00:15:31)
12. Miriah and Danyel's target audience (00:25:37)
13. Find the book online! (00:29:27)
14. Come hear Miriah and Danyel speak in person! (00:30:06)
15. Get in touch with us and support us on Patreon (00:32:13)
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