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Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
Adding Value With Visualization
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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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