When the Data Struts its Stuff

This article explores the use and potential of visual technology when representing data.


"They are computer scientists, statisticians, graphic designers, producers and cartographers who map entire oceans of data and turn them into innovative visual displays, like rich graphs and charts, that help both companies and consumers cut through the clutter. These gurus of visual analytics are making interactive data synonymous with attractive data."

Source: Singer 2011


Singer, N., 2011, ‘When the Data Struts Its Stuff’, The New York Times, 3 April, pg. BU3. Retrieved from http://www.nytimes.com/2011/04/03/business/03stream.html?_r=2&src=tptw

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