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Data Visualization: Representing Information on Modern Web by Swizec Teller, Ændrew Rininsland, Simon Timms, Andy Kirk

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What you need for this learning path

As with most skills in life that are worth pursuing, to become a capable data visualization practitioner takes time, patience, and practice.

You don’t need to be a gifted polymath to get the most out of this course, but ideally you should have reasonable computer skills (software and programming), have a good basis in mathematics, and statistics in particular, and have a good design instinct.

There are many other facets that will, of course, be advantageous but the most important trait is just having a natural creativity and curiosity to use data as a means of unlocking insights and communicating stories. These will be key to getting the maximum benefit from this text.

There are very few tools needed to make ...

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