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How to Start Running

How to Start Running

Design

Want to start running — for fitness, weight loss, endorphins, or any other reason — but don’t know if ... keep reading
Asking and Answering Questions: Using Data to Tell Stories

Asking and Answering Questions: Using Data to Tell Stories

Data

Sometimes, 90% of the conversation focuses on a problem that is a small part of the big picture. Data visualizations ... keep reading
Data Visualization and Journalism: Some Things Just Go Together

Data Visualization and Journalism: Some Things Just Go Together

Conversations

Visually is proud to announce that we will be hosting a Data Visualization and Journalism event in San Francisco. The ... keep reading
A Visual Look at the Data Behind Bike Shares

A Visual Look at the Data Behind Bike Shares

Data

The Bay Area BikeShare program is set to open this week, making it the only major bikeshare currently operating on the ... keep reading
Museum of Food and Drink Opens with a Bang

Museum of Food and Drink Opens with a Bang

Design

The Museum of Food and Drink doesn’t follow the traditional subject matter for museums, nor does it adhere to ... keep reading
With Data Visualization, the Pulitzer Center Makes Social Issues Visible

With Data Visualization, the Pulitzer Center Makes Social Issues Visible

Data

In the grand scheme of things, the Internet is still a relatively new – and fast-changing – medium for ... keep reading
TechRaking III

TechRaking III

Updates

Visually is proud to be a part of The Center for Investigative Reporting’s TechRaking III. The conference series ... keep reading
A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Pixels

A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Pixels

Design

Most design is done on computers, but designers don’t necessarily want it to look that way. Hal Lasko is a little ... keep reading
Good Presentation Technique: Layering

Good Presentation Technique: Layering

Design

Far too many of the hundreds of presentations I’ve seen in economics and public policy have relied too much on text ... keep reading
Chart ALL The Things!

Chart ALL The Things!

Design

Since humans developed language, we have been naming, categorizing, and classifying the things around us. Building ... keep reading