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Telling stories with data

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Transcript of Telling stories with data

Telling stories with data
Taylor Jonah Chester Keith Ryan
data visualization
reveals stories
We characterize design differences and relations
We identify distinct genres of narrative visualization
Data visualization is used in various ways
Data narratives:
functions in place of writing
involves interactive exploration
involves narrative flow intended by author
involves systematic differences and similarities
This is determined by the author
following the principles of CRAP
CONTRAST
REPETITION
Allignment
PROXIMITY
These genres gain different viewer responses
Authors utilize this knowledge when making data narratives
Interactive Websites
Articles
Office presentations
Eye first
lead here

Proximity guides
you
across the page
To
up here
To
clockwise down
this side
We rely on narrative flow to understand digital data
Contrast
Allignment
Repetition
Proximity
http://www.datalabs.com.au/articles/15-most-common-types-of-data-visualisation/
Temporal
MultiDimensional
Hierarchical
Network
Pie chart
Histogram
Scatter plot
Connected Scatter Plot
Time series
Ring Chart
Tree Diagram
Node Link Diagram
Matrix
(http://moodmap.themaninblue.com/)
http://earth.nullschool.net/
http://www.worldometers.info/watch/world-population/
advertising
Facebook polls
infographics
business cards
offer a different way of understanding
remove wordiness
feed the visual learner
POPULAR DATA NARRATIVE



THE READING
2D
Choropleths
Dot maps
2D area types of data visualisation are usually geospatial, meaning that they relate to the relative position of things on the earth’s surface.
Temporal visualisations are similar to one-dimensional linear visualisations, but differ because they have a start and finish time and items that may overlap each other.
Multidimensional data elements are those with two or more dimensions. This category is home to many of the most common types of data visualisation.
Hierarchical data sets are orderings of groups in which larger groups encompass sets of smaller groups.
Network data visualisations show how data sets are related to one another within a network.

Logos
2.SHOW DONT TELL
3.TELL A STORY
1.MAKE IT UNIVERSAL
REMEMBER THESE IMPORTANT THINGS
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