Digging Into Infographics

Digging Into Infographics

Data is important. No one will argue that. What you do with data is where things get tricky. Every data point is an element in a story. If you don't mention that there's a gun hidden in the parlor, no one will suspect that you're setting up a murder mystery. Infographics are the same way. Someone has chosen a story to tell, so no matter how visually engaging they are, you still have to ask: what does the data really say? Presented at Parisoma as part of "Intro to Infographics and Data Vis: From Data to Story to Insight", June 2012
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alexis finch

June 05, 2012
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  1. Intro     to     Infographics  

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  3. Info  +  Graphic  

  4. ≠   DATA  

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  12. How  do  you  choose?  

  13. How  do  you  choose?  

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  15. Let’s  talk  about:   TwiBer  

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  30. hBp://blog.buysellads.com/2011/05/the-­‐who-­‐why-­‐and-­‐how-­‐of-­‐twiBer/?view=infographic  

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