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Transcript of Data Analysis
Collecting raw data
History of info graphics and data visualization
"more than meets the eye"
From efficiency to efficiency
In the icons of Eastern Orthodoxy, and of the Early Medieval West, very little room is made for artistic license. Almost everything within the image has a symbolic aspect. Christ, the saints, and the angels all have halos. Angels (and often John the Baptist) have wings because they are messengers. Figures have consistent facial appearances, hold attributes personal to them, and use a few conventional poses.
Colour plays an important role as well. Gold represents the radiance of Heaven; red, divine life. Blue is the color of human life, white is the Uncreated Light of God, only used for resurrection and transfiguration of Christ. If you look at icons of Jesus and Mary: Jesus wears red undergarment with a blue outer garment (God become Human) and Mary wears a blue undergarment with a red overgarment (human was granted gifts by God), thus the doctrine of deification is conveyed by icons. Letters are symbols too. Most icons incorporate some calligraphic text naming the person or event depicted. Even this is often presented in a stylized manner.
"visualizations that use colour are able to communicate better than those using black and white"
"…. everything looks worse in
Paul Simon, 1973
Are you a morning person?
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“You see one object which makes you think of another.
The two together is an idea.”
color presents an image
color can assist in
that the use of color makes their business
THE POWER OF
Who has the biggest military budget?
to the class
Blonds like dogs
Men are early birds
Drink less coffee to become an early bird
Who has the
What is this data?
So what's the relation between hair colour and coffee consumption?