The Process

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✚ The Process 107 – Misleading or Not? A Map of US Fires

Welcome to another edition of Misleading or Not, where we decide if a map is misleading or not. Read More

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✚ The Process 106 – Self-Imposed Visualization Constraints, for Focus and Fun

Constraints usually seem like a bad thing. Less freedom. You can't do exactly what you want to do. You're limited. But sometimes constraints can lead you towards unexpected paths. Read More

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✚ The Process 105 – Piecing Together the Basics

You gotta walk before you crawl. Wait a minute. Read More

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✚ Visualization Tools and Resources – August 2020 Roundup

Here's the good stuff for August 2020. Read More

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✚ The Process 103 – End Result

Last month I did a short Q&A about FD and my workflow. I thought I'd elaborate on one of my answers. Read More

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✚ Variable Width is Back (The Process 102)

This past month an old chart type poked its head out from behind the trees and I'm here for it. Read More

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✚ Small Tools for Visualization (The Process 101)

We know the big ones. Now here are the small ones. Focused. Efficient. Read More

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✚ Visualization Tools, Datasets, and Resources – July 2020 Roundup

Here's the good stuff for July. Read More

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✚ Maybe They’re Just Not Good at Charts Yet (The Process 099)

This week, people were taking a closer look at the Georgia Department of Public Health's Covid-19 status page (again), which led to an unnecessary pile-on. Read More

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✚ Automatic Visualization is Still Not Useful (The Process 098)

There were rumblings this week about visualizing data automatically. Got a dataset? Plug it in to some software, and you've got that amazing visualization you've been looking for. Just like magic. That's always the promise at least. Read More

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