Think I'm going to spend a bit of time getting used to this place and the different timeline features before I work out and pursue a 'follow' strategy
Hey @andykirk’s short film “The Malofiej Experience” is really great to watch, if you’re like me and haven’t been able to spare a week plus travel time to go to Pamplona: http://www.visualisingdata.com/2018/03/new-project-malofiej-experience/
NEW POST: Announcing a new online course, offered by @SAGEOceanTweets: "An Introduction to Data Visualisation", open to anyone, anywhere http://www.visualisingdata.com/2018/04/announcing-new-online-data-visualisation-course/
NEW POST: The little of visualisation design, part 50: "Pictogram composition" http://www.visualisingdata.com/2018/04/little-visualisation-design-part-50/ #LittleVis
Here's my (delayed) latest monthly round-up of the best data visualisation stuff found during January http://www.visualisingdata.com/2018/04/best-visualisation-web-january-2018/ (posted image, work by @smallmultiples)
A version of 'The Malofiej Experience' film has now been published with English subtitles http://www.visualisingdata.com/2018/03/new-project-malofiej-experience/
Having been shown at last night's closing session @malofiej I'm now delighted to publicly publish the film I produced with Matt Knott, "THE MALOFIEJ EXPERIENCE" http://www.visualisingdata.com/2018/03/new-project-malofiej-experience/
Hi Mastodonians, I'm very inactive on here at the moment for two primary reasons:
1) Unbelievably and unsustainably busy, hoping somethings gives in three weeks
2) I still don't know how I intend to use this place and how to fit visiting, reading and contributing alongside the other places.
More enlightening updates when they reach me...
“Strange Bird” is a new podcast “about the data behind our everyday lives with Mona Chalabi.”
And it’s published through a new UI by the Guardian Mobile Lab — part audio player, part chatbot, part photo viewer. It includes lots of charts, too!
NEW POST: (Yet) another appearance with @jschwabish on the @policyviz podcast. In this episode we chat about our experiences of the #SocSciFoo Camp, live from Facebook HQ http://www.visualisingdata.com/2018/02/policyviz-podcast-episode-114-socsci-foo-camp/ https://vis.social/media/VuaGrUi4FGa4e6Pu2QQ
NEW POST: Closing the curtain on 2017, here's my final monthly roundup of the best visualisation content discovered during December 2017
(ok, I'm cross-posting from 🐦 but this seems important) We hear about color blindness, but what about dyslexia? Anyone avoiding italics based on research like this? 10% of people would be dyslexic; that's more than color blindness. https://blog.dyslexia.com/good-fonts-for-dyslexia-an-experimental-study/
NEW POST: The Little of Visualisation Design, part 49: Scale comparisons #LittleVis http://www.visualisingdata.com/2018/02/little-visualisation-design-part-49/ https://vis.social/media/7Zg76bvleGWB3uGoRL8
Any folks on here attending the Social Science Foo Camp at Facebook tomorrow (and over weekend)?
'What is on your mind?' this panel asks. Well, Mastodon, I'm musing about how to use you. I don't see you as a replacement for Twiller and Bookface, rather a complementary space, but I'm not sure what that actually means just yet. Hard-core DV people here, more a wider hobbyist/passer-by audience out there? I also don't yet know what my follow strategy will be, too many interesting people already. As I say, I'm just musing out loud...