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Adding Value With Visualization

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Slides from my October 27 Internet Librarian 2010 keynote.

Slides from my October 27 Internet Librarian 2010 keynote.

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  • Tufte's basic guidelines, from the first line of the first chapter of his first book, are still spot-on, whether we're using traditional language like "statistical graphics" or newer terms like "information visualization".


  • From Matt Jones’ CaT talk, quoting JC Herz: We care about mainly two things--conversations with friends (up to the Dunbar number), and strangers in the aggregate (zeitgeist).







  • Matt Jones talks about “finding the grain in data”









  • From Matt Jones’ CaT talk, quoting JC Herz: We care about mainly two things--conversations with friends (up to the Dunbar number), and strangers in the aggregate (zeitgeist).

  • Mint allows you to compare

  • Mint allows you to compare












  • Matt also talks about finding the surprising pieces of information.













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  • 1. ADDING VALUE WITH VISUALIZATION Elizabeth Lane Lawley Director, RIT Lab for Social Computing Internet Librarian 2010
  • 2. “Excellence in statistical graphics consists of complex ideas communicated with clarity, precision and efficiency. ” 1992
  • 3. Information Social Needs & Uses Media Self (in context) World (in aggregate)
  • 4. datajournalism.stanford.edu
  • 5. “Data visualization is becoming an expressive language.” Fernanda Viegas
  • 6. “The best way for people to learn about visualizations is to make them. the same way that people learned about typography and desktop publishing by actually having at their hands a whole bunch of fonts to try. there were some ugly results at first, but now people are actually pretty good with it.” Martin Wattenberg
  • 7. Total Traffic in Exabytes
  • 8. “Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it.” -Michelangelo
  • 9. GRAPHIC DESIGN: THE FORGOTTEN WEB STANDARD Mike Kus - FOWD 2009
  • 10. GRAPHIC FACILITATION
  • 11. Information Social Needs & Uses Media Self (in context) World (in aggregate)
  • 12. THE FELTON REPORT feltron.com
  • 13. THE FELTON REPORT feltron.com
  • 14. THE FELTON REPORT feltron.com
  • 15. Information Social Needs & Uses Media Self (in context) World (in aggregate)
  • 16. Information Social Needs & Uses Media Self (in context) World (in aggregate)
  • 17. “Induce the viewer to think about the substance rather than about methodology, graphic design, the technology of graphic production, or something else.” Martin Wattenberg
  • 18. HANS ROSLING @ TED
  • 19. BBC SCHEDULE HEATMAP
  • 20. EYE-TRACKING
  • 21. CLICK-TRACKING
  • 22. crazyegg.com
  • 23. labsmedia.com
  • 24. Information Social Needs & Uses Media Self (in context) World (in aggregate)
  • 25. delicious.com/mamamusings/visualization