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Visual communication overview

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Visual communication overview

  1. 1. Session II - IVisual communication
  2. 2. we are allSession II Visual JunkiesVisual communication
  3. 3. 80% of our brainis dedicated tovisual processing
  4. 4. Since we are bornWe learn visually
  5. 5. Since we bornWe learn visually(II)
  6. 6. A clear exampleThe japanese way to learnmathematics
  7. 7. And when we grow upWe use visuals to do ourideas understandable
  8. 8. And forcommunicating thingsmore effectively
  9. 9. From 1600 visual display of informationis becoming more and more popular Rise of Analytic geometry Birth of probability theory Apparition of theories of error measurement Beginning of demographic statistics
  10. 10. Charles Joseph MinardNapoleon’s disastrousRussian Campaign of 1812
  11. 11. Étienne Jules MareyHorses Movement
  12. 12. Jhon SnowCholera map
  13. 13. And actuallywe have visual information ineverywhere
  14. 14. Charles Joseph MinardNapoleon’s disastrousRussian Campaign of 1812
  15. 15. We use visual communication forexplaining simple concepts
  16. 16. Or “more” apparently difficult ones
  17. 17. But all of them are easy tounderstand
  18. 18. Summarizing...A good visual exercise must bedone with clarity and efficiencyA good visual communicationshould give to the viewer thegreatest number of ideas in theshortest time
  19. 19. Session II - IIHow visual communicationis used in our field
  20. 20. Session II - LABIntroducing online datacomparison tools
  21. 21. So, now?Let’s start small and explorehow to get simple stories fromdata
  22. 22. Google NgramAnalyze phrases have occurredin a corpus of bookshttp://ngrams.googlelabs.com
  23. 23. WorldBank open data repositoryView, download and analyze theworldbank datahttp://data.worldbank.org/
  24. 24. Google TrendsCompare the world’s interestbased on Google Searcheshttp://www.google.com/trends
  25. 25. Objectives Discover an interesting story Create your pecha kucha for tomorrow

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