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✚ Useful Distractions for Chartmakers – The Process 083

Here are some useful distractions for you as you stay-at-home and wait for an unknown amount of time. Read More

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✚ Visualization Tools and Resources, March 2020 Roundup – The Process 082

Every month I collect useful visualization tools and resources to help you work better or more efficiently. Here's the good stuff for March. Read More

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✚ Simulating the Unknown; Working From Home – The Process 081

We don't know what's going to happen in the future, but we can look at what we do know and make our best guess. Read More

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✚ A Better Chart, Limitations Considered: Exit Poll Results (The Process #77)

Welcome to a new segment where I try to put my self in the shoes of someone who made a bad chart and try to make it better. Read More

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✚ Big Money You Can Relate To (The Process #76)

This week, a few projects went up on the internets about money and spending, each with different goals and approaches. In this issue of The Process, we look at each more closely. Read More

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✚ Misleading or Not? A Chart Showing Coronavirus Fatality Rate (The Process #75)

Welcome to another episode of Misleading or Not? where we look at a chart and decide if it's misleading or not. Read More

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✚ Visualization Tools, Datasets, and Resources — January 2020 Roundup (The Process #74)

Every month I collect resources and tools to help you better visualize data. Here's the good stuff for January 2020. Read More

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✚ Making the Name Guesser (The Process #73)

Using one of my recent projects as an example, I describe my non-elegant process of making a quick chart. Read More

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✚ Misleading Map, or Misinterpreted? (The Process #72)

A 3-D rendered map of Australia depicting a month of bushfires grew popular last week. Some thought it misleading. Others thought it was okay. It's probably somewhere in the middle of that. Read More

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✚ Just Enough Chart (The Process #71)

For those new to visualization, learning all of the methods, implementations, tools, and guidelines can seem like a daunting task. Not to mention everything that happens before the actual visualizing, such as analysis, data formatting, and context-making. You don't have to learn it all at once. Read More

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