I'll be giving a talk at George Washington University about some work I did while I was at the Library of Congress. If you find yourself in DC or know someone who may be interested, please come! https://www.meetup.com/Data-Visualization-DC/events/251998703/
@byron thank you!
@scott hehe :) :)
@Nolj that would be an interesting look! It did seem like most of the occurrences happened within the same move #.
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@alexwein ugh I agree about the bottom-to-top issue. I keep going back and forth on which way would be most intuitive for people... 😑
@darth_mall Thanks! The participants were ordered just by when it occurred during the tournament just bc that's how I had the data, but you're right that it would make much more sense with Carlsen's dots grouped. Thank you!
@datatitian great point!! thank you!
@francis that would be interesting to see! There is so much interesting
nuance around castling! I'll have to check out that documentary...😀
@ebertini Thanks so much, Enrico!
@dagoth Thanks Jay! RE: fonts, do you personally find serif or sans-serif easier to read?
@hollyamory this is perfect! thank you so much Holly!🙏
@scott I have a much smaller sample size that you 😋 but my Data Viz Today account AND my personal account are both 72% Male / 28% Female followers. So idk... could just be the ratio that's attracted to the things I tweet about...?
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