Olly Moss

Olly is the creative director of Halftone.co, a visualization studio and consultancy in San Francisco. This is the rest of his bio, it can be more than two lines long if he wants.

Restaurants Run on Tips

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Restaurants Run on Tips

Americans love to eat out. But how do they feel about tipping? The tipping culture in the United States has always been ... keep reading
Battle of the Long Distance Races

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Battle of the Long Distance Races

If you’re not a runner, it can be hard to wrap your head around the idea of running 26.2 miles. Words like ... keep reading
The Psychology of Percentages

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The Psychology of Percentages

We are all familiar with percentages: we learned about them in grade school and we encounter them everywhere. The ... keep reading
The Beautiful World of SciVis

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The Beautiful World of SciVis

In the academic world, data visualization is broken into three main categories: Information Visualization (InfoVis), ... keep reading
Super Bowl XLVII Commercials: Analyzed, Visualized

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Super Bowl XLVII Commercials: Analyzed, Visualized

The Super Bowl is all we talk about for weeks leading up to the big game. But once it’s over, the topic of ... keep reading
Reporting From Computation + Journalism Symposium

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Reporting From Computation + Journalism Symposium

Last week was the 2013 Computation + Journalism Symposium in Atlanta. The conference covered some of the impact, new ... keep reading
Contest Winners: The State of Education in Colorado

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Contest Winners: The State of Education in Colorado

In December, we announced a visualization competition with Colorado Succeeds. The competition is finally over, and the ... keep reading
The Road to Super Bowl XLVII: How the Ravens and 49ers Match Up

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The Road to Super Bowl XLVII: How the Ravens and 49ers Match Up

Super Bowl XLVII, between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers, has the potential to be one of the greatest ... keep reading
Museum of Math: Does Not Compute

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Museum of Math: Does Not Compute

Nerds, rejoice. New York City’s Museum of Math opened its doors this weekend to open minds about math. MoMath, as ... keep reading
Using Visual Reasoning to Understand Numbers

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Using Visual Reasoning to Understand Numbers

Hunter Whitney’s book Data Insights: New Ways to Visualize and Make Sense of Data was recently published. It ... keep reading