Welcome back to this blog series! Here are some of the things I read in March:
1) The New York Times took data from a recent study about income inequality and designed a variety of compelling data visualizations. The article text and the visualizations complement each other to convey the pervasive insidiousness of racism, especially for black boys.
3) Want to learn some data visualization basics? Mikhail Popov from Wikimedia conducted a data visualization literacy workshop for Wikimedia Foundation’s All Hands 2018 staff conference, and he made the entire workshop available online.
I hope you enjoyed this data visualization news! If you have any data visualization questions, please feel free to email me and set up an appointment at the Scholarly Commons.