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Covid, the Ukraine war and climate chaos make for anxious reading, so maybe it’s time to go back to numbers
Coincidence? I think NOT
Analysts raise questions over the accuracy of latest official figures on which policymakers depend
We don’t know when. We don’t know who will get there first. But Q-day will happen — and it will change the world as we know it
The American midterms demonstrated that punditry based on ‘vibes’ has little value
Legal teams are using data visualisation to share information and spot opportunities
Better use of data brings benefits for legal practitioners, their colleagues and clients
The ‘cone of uncertainty’ and why it is misunderstood
What the data tell us about basic schooling, funding and policymakers’ priorities
Thou shalt not truncate the Y axis.
“A lesson. Explained with two charts.”
And this chart proves it.
If you’re stuck for Halloween ideas, print this out and go as a chart bandit.
JPMorgan, u OK hun?
All is well in the US economy, apparently.
The state of Georgia publishes a chart showing dates conveniently ordered to show a decline in Covid cases.
Is now really the time for whirlwind charts? Well why not.
The FT's John Burn-Murdoch explains the FT's must-see daily graphs, which show the spread of the virus
Audio presentation will make data available to visually impaired users
Lock it up.
A statistically significant data advocate
How populations have shifted from 1500 to the present day
With the proliferation of smart speakers, turning spreadsheets into sound could be the next big thing in data presentation
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