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Here we go! Another year has passed and lots has happened in the data visualization world. This time we decided to scramble things up again with a new annual review format: five podcasters (including ourselves!) reflecting back on year 2018. We’re lucky to be joined by Jon Schwabish from PolicyViz, Alli Torban from DataViz Today, and Cole Nussbaumer Knaflic from Storytelling with Data.
This was a long chat! But we had a lot to cover: major trends, favorite projects, new tools, and standout people, companies, studios, conferences, books, and blogs. There is a lot to learn there. Don’t miss our long list of links below!
As always, thanks for following along with us this year. And special thanks go to our supporters and to Destry and Florian for their amazing work behind the scenes.
We wish you all Happy Holidays and a Happy New Year!
- Flowing Data’s “Divorce and Occupation”
- The New York Times’s “Tracing a Meme From the Internet’s Fringe to a Republican Slogan”
- Simulated Dendrochronology of U.S. Immigration
- Geoff Boeing’s “Comparing US City Street Orientations”
- New York Times’s “U.S. House Election Results 2018”
- Pudding’s “Women’s Pockets are Inferior”
- Augmented reality on The Weather Channel
- RJ Andrews’s “Picturing the Great Migration”
Standout People, Companies and Studios
- Topi Tjukanov
- Elijah Meeks’s “3rd Wave Data Visualization”
- Lisa Charlotte Rost
- Neil Richards
- Kat Greenbrook
- The Pudding
- Valentina d’Efilippo
- Andy Kriebel & Eva Murray, MakeoverMonday
- Mark Monmonier, How to Lie with Maps
- Sandra Rendgen, The Minard System: The Complete Statistical Graphics of Charles-Joseph Minard
- Catherine D’Ignazio & Lauren Klein, Data Feminism
- Scott Berinato, Good Charts Workbook: Tips, Tools, and Exercises for Making Better Data Visualizations
- Giorgia Lupi and Stefanie Posavec, Observe, Collect, Draw! A Visual Journal
Books Coming in 2019
- RJ Andrews, Info We Trust: How to Inspire the World with Data
- Kieran Healy, Data Visualization: A Practical Introduction
- Multiple Views: Visualization Research Explained
- Maarten Lambrechts: Xenographics
- Pew Research, Data Labs
- Flourish tool blog
- Jonathan’s card game
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