New article! I wrote down the Excel techniques & formulas I use the most to clean up data sets (so that I can use them for #dataviz). Which techniques are you using all the time? Which ones did I miss? Which ones should I add? https://blog.datawrapper.de/prepare-and-clean-up-data-for-data-visualization/
People talk a lot about limiting global warming to 2 ºC. But what happens if we don't? In this pretty drastic chart, my colleague @gka explains what different stages of the ongoing climate crisis could look like (it's bad) 🔥 https://blog.datawrapper.de/climate-crisis-global-warming/
It is proven! I am gka on Keybase: https://keybase.io/gka/sigchain#81c45478031db96817b37b784fc3c89afb5f0da13192aba9f287c7fc891d1d790f
Und eine weitere schöne Datenvisualisierung von ZEIT Online, diesmal über alle Reden im Bundestag:
So happy the Data Vis Meetup Berlin is happening again: https://www.meetup.com/Data-Visualization-Berlin/events/264315597/ #visber
We currently have around 1.91 million #IPv4 addresses remaining in our available pool. We expect to reach the end of this pool before end 2019. Preparations have been underway for a while and we're taking steps to ensure a smooth run-out.
Just made this fancy time-warped plot of atmospheric CO2 concentration over the past 800,000 years... https://www.reddit.com/r/dataisbeautiful/comments/ct9ifm/oc_co2_concentration_in_atmosphere_over_last/
Exhibition about Marie Neurath's work in London, until November 3rd. Go see if you can:👉 https://twitter.com/MarieNeurath/status/1153686776529260545
A beautiful venue, inspiring talks, awesome sketchnotes (thank you, @firstname.lastname@example.org!), meeting lots of new people – what a great, great @email@example.com conference 2019 here in Finland! Thanks for having me, and thanks for the flawless organization. #vk19
NEW POST: The little of visualisation design, part 63: reading assistance http://www.visualisingdata.com/2019/04/the-little-of-visualisation-design-part-63/ #LittleVis
Beehive is like an open-source, self-hosted version of IFTTT.
... and it supports Mastodon!
Check it out: https://github.com/muesli/beehive
Props to the Pudding for being brilliant as always: https://pudding.cool/2019/04/text-prediction/
Did you know that Transport for London has an audio guide to its network? If you think you might enjoy having the names of Tube, Overground, DLR and Cable Car stations read to you for three hours, it’s this way: https://soundcloud.com/transportforlondon/sets/tfl-audio-guide-2016
If you’re not a transport geek, maybe the Swedish Ikea catalogue read cover to cover is more your thing? Varsågod: http://ikeasovlinjen.libsyn.com/ikea-katalogen
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