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Lessons to Practice #5: Mapping Out Subplots

Subplots. Themes. The amalgam of every side story and secondary character can become a beautiful and multilayered work of art that carries readers through a story with ease – or it can devolve into a nasty mess of confusing or ill-developed themes and forgettable characters. 391 more words

Blogging

Remembering Hans Rosling

Readers:

It is with great sadness I blog today about the passing of Hans Rosling at the age of 68. Mr. Rosling was a World-famous Swedish statistician know for his famous TED talks. 398 more words

Infographics

Visualisation Styles: Graphs

Why do we use graphs?

“To make comparisons easier.”

Overuse of bubble charts. This chart show the world’s biggest banks and their capitalization from 2007 to 2009. 256 more words

Lectures

Day 109 – Creating Scatter and Bubble Charts in Excel

#Office365Challenge – Creating Scatter and Bubble Charts in Excel are super fun. Yes, yes, I think they’re cute. I’m so used to column and pie charts that these type of charts are quite refreshing, and no, I am not trying to diminish the power these charts can have. 233 more words

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