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Berlin m pstories
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  • The top, blue strip shows the gear (1 to 7); the green strip shows the throttle pedal depression (0-100%), and the red strip shows the brake (0-100%). The light blue strip is a composite of the previous three strips. The whiter the pixel, the closer it is to 100% throttle in 7th gear with no braking.The bottom two traces show the longitudinal and lateral g-force respectively. For the longitudinal trace, red shows braking – being forced into the steering wheel; green shows acceleration – being forced back into your seat. You’ll see the greatest g-force under braking occurs when the brakes are slapped full on… (the red bits in the third and fifth traces line up). For the latitudinal g-force, the red shows the driving being flung to the left (i.e. right hand corner), the green shows them being pushed out to the right.
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    • 1. MPs’ Expenses et al. Tony Hirst @psychemedia
    • 2. “Data” helpsyou FIND thestory
    • 3. Pattern Trends Structure Differences Change OutliersTop & Bottom
    • 4. Data Distributions Outliers
    • 5. Trends and (anti)correlations...
    • 6. ChangingPerspective
    • 7. My introductionto “Data Driven Journalism”
    • 8. Macroscopes
    • 9. A&B~C B&C~A C ~ A&B
    • 10. Structure
    • 11. WritingDiagrams
    • 12. “Data” canalso TELL astory…
    • 13. IF you know how to read itIF you spend the time reading it
    • 14. If a picture is worth a thousand words,and a thousand words takes 5-10 minutes to read,maybe that’s how long you should spend reading the picture…
    • 15. So how candata tell a story?
    • 16. http://www.musik-therapie.at/PederHill/Structure&Plot.htm
    • 17. ChangingPerspective
    • 18. < discuss… >

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