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Visualization is a very powerful cognitive tool. I think we all agree with that. But what happens if a person is visually impaired or has other impairments that prevent them to fully benefit from it? It’s surprising, despite the huge success visualiz... more
We have our friend Sandra Rendgen on the show to talk about the work of Edward Tufte. Tufte does not need any introductions of course. We discuss his early works and efforts, all the books he published, his contribution and legacy and the influence h... more
This week, we are joined by Amelia Wattenberger, journalist-engineer at the Pudding and book author. We discuss the exciting Svelte framework for web development, which is especially well suited for developing interactive data visualizations. Hear ho... more
I always learn about so many incredible people in the data viz space! Loved learning from Amelia about Svelte today ❤️
Fantastic podcast ... great hosts ... interesting guests ... always learning something new!!
I’m really happy I discover your podcast. I love storytelling with visualization and visual analytics. This podcast is my favorite! When I feel down and need some inspiration to go on with my work, I listen to your podcast. Doing research in visualization makes my life more meaningful as I get to share my work to help people understand data. Thank you very much for this podcast.
A podcast that deep-dives into the concepts that forms our perceptions about the way we visualize data. Lots to learn from this, especially if you are into data analytics and data visualization. Amazing guest list too!
Love this podcast, the guests, topics and format. Great job
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Data Stories launched 10 years ago and published 166 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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