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Intentionally Order Your Data

Intentionally Order Your Data

Listen, no one cares about the order we listed the response options on the survey. But most graphs, especially those automatically generated from survey software, showcase the data in that order. And that isn't useful for anyone trying to interpret the data. Instead,...

2019 Call for Mentees

2019 Call for Mentees

Did you see Vice? There's a scene (this is no spoiler) in which a young Dick Cheney and Antonin Scalia share a sickening laugh as they agree to an interpretation of the Constitution that allowed a massive power grab for a president. It's gross. It's cringe-y. The most...

I Failed

I Failed

This is not news. Today. Yesterday. Every day. I fail all the time. I have so many data visualization fails that I'm already planning a conference talk called The Compromises I've Made. I published some of my failures in a book edited by Kylie Hutchinson. This is an...

My 2018 Personal Annual Report

My 2018 Personal Annual Report

This is my last personal annual report. I'll tell you why. This year most of my metrics went down. At first, due to cultural conditioning that says "more is always better," I was like Oh no! Before I go further, let's pause and break that down. I've been creating...