Exploring Data Visualization #13

In this monthly series, I share a combination of cool data visualizations, useful tools and resources, and other visualization miscellany. The field of data visualization is full of experts who publish insights in books and on blogs, and I’ll be using this series to introduce you to a few of them. You can find previous […]

Exploring Data Visualization #12

In this monthly series, I share a combination of cool data visualizations, useful tools and resources, and other visualization miscellany. The field of data visualization is full of experts who publish insights in books and on blogs, and I’ll be using this series to introduce you to a few of them. You can find previous […]

Exploring Data Visualization #11

 In this monthly series, I share a combination of cool data visualizations, useful tools and resources, and other visualization miscellany. The field of data visualization is full of experts who publish insights in books and on blogs, and I’ll be using this series to introduce you to a few of them. You can find previous […]

Exploring Data Visualization #10

In this monthly series, I share a combination of cool data visualizations, useful tools and resources, and other visualization miscellany. The field of data visualization is full of experts who publish insights in books and on blogs, and I’ll be using this series to introduce you to a few of them. You can find previous […]

Exploring Data Visualization #9

In this monthly series, I share a combination of cool data visualizations, useful tools and resources, and other visualization miscellany. The field of data visualization is full of experts who publish insights in books and on blogs, and I’ll be using this series to introduce you to a few of them. You can find previous […]

Election Forecasts and the Importance of Good Data Visualization

In the wake of the 2016 presidential election, many people, on the left and right alike, came together on the internet to express a united sentiment: that the media had called the election wrong. In particular, one man may have received the brunt of this negative attention. Nate Silver and his website FiveThirtyEight have taken […]

Lightning Review: Data Visualization for Success

Data visualization is where the humanities and sciences meet: viewers are dazzled by the presentation yet informed by research. Lovingly referred to as “the poster child of interdisciplinarity” by Steven Braun, data visualization brings these two fields closer together than ever to help provide insights that may have been impossible without the other. In his […]

Analyze and Visualize Your Humanities Data with Palladio

How do you make sense of hundreds of years of handwritten scholarly correspondence? Humanists at Stanford University had the same question, and developed the project Mapping the Republic of Letters to answer it. The project maps scholarly social networks in a time when exchanging ideas meant waiting months for a letter to arrive from across […]

Lightning Review: the truthful art by Alberto Cairo

Hailed by one of our librarians as a brilliant and seminal text to understanding data visualization, the truthful art is a text that can serve both novices and masters in the field of visualization. Packed with detailed descriptions, explanations, and images of just how Cairo wants readers to understand and engage with knowledge and data. […]

Introducing Megan Ozeran, Data Analytics and Visualization Resident Librarian

This latest installment of our series of interviews with Scholarly Commons experts and affiliates features Megan Ozeran, the Data Analytics and Visualization Resident Librarian at the Scholarly Commons.Welcome, Megan! What is your background and work experience? I received a BA in Media Studies with an English minor from Pomona College (in sunny southern California). After […]