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@wesley123 Welcome! Would love to see some of your data story telling work. Lots of interest in that here.

@mullervilmos Super, welcome! I hope you find this space useful.

@Njudd Welcome! Let us know how we can help with your PhD. :)

@thil Welcome! Would love to see examples of your scientific vis work. :)

@dermanuskript Welcome! I think you are in the right place! Lots of D3 folks here.

@dleemorrow Welcome! I hope you find the inspiration you're looking for here. Lots of people here doing amazing projects.

@johncallery Welcome! Glad you are here. Lots of other data vis folks here. :)

@tojyouso Welcome! So glad you are here to talk data vis. :)

@havegum Hi, and welcome! Happy to have you joining the conversation here.

@ivgin Hello and welcome! We ♥️ design here. :)

@cldellow Hi, and welcome! Thanks for the note. I ♥️ DataWrapper. :)

So you can take the Portland Aerial Tram up to the OSHU complex near Stonehenge radio tower, which I knew, but what I *didn't* know is you can veer right as soon as you get off the tram and walk along an AMAZING patio area that overlooks the whole frickin' Willamette Valley/Portland area—cafe tables and all.

Oh I'm coming back up here, no doubt about it!
#portland #oregonexplored

Hello vis.social!

Working with D3 to make research on blockchains, their economics, their algorithms more accessible.

Interactions with visualisations provide interfaces to the complex systems supporting blockchains. Here is one example! hackingresear.ch/cbc-inspector

More generally, I am interested in using data and interfaces to communicate research in an empowering way. This is both social and visual :)

Looking forward to more great content here!

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