So far, we discussed the best ways to visually think data. This chapter is a sort of a “data visualization FailCon.” FailCon is a conference for startup founders to learn from their own and others’ failures and prepare for success. And, indeed, we all can identify countless excellent data visualizations. They all look just perfect, so you need to be excellent at reverse-engineering to seamlessly learn how to achieve such quality. Thankfully, we can always call abysmal visuals to the rescue. The idea is ...
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3. Getting the Facts Right
Tarek Amr1 and Rayna Stamboliyska2
(1)Amsterdam, The Netherlands
(2)Issy-les-Moulineaux, Paris, France