The Depth of the Problem – Richard Johnson and Ben Chartoff – The Washington Post. https://www.washingtonpost.com/apps/g/page/world/the-depth-of-the-problem/931/ , Linked September 2017 Sometimes numbers are too big and it helps to benchmark them against more tangible objects such that the scale isn’t lost… Continue Reading →
thinking about constructive visualization, and playing with ideas to map my data into Lego space…
September 30 A group of 28 students wrote down the sound a car makes. I created a simple visualization to show the differences in their responses.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/networkosaka/3581969837/sizes/o/in/photostream/ At first, I thought this image is considering all species and that’s why I was very interested to find out the exact percentage of species that are endangered. But, when I saw the section between 51-100 years I was… Continue Reading →