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Danielle Alberti is the data visualization editor at Axios. She was previously a front-end web developer at Pew Research Center and is a journalism and anthropology graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder. She worked her way through nearly every newsroom job (including paper delivery) before landing in data visualization, where she very h…
 
Aliza Aufrichtig is a graphics and multimedia editor at The New York Times. In addition to covering the coronavirus and elections, she designs and develops stories that demand a bespoke form, often with audio and video. She’s created and maintains several popular websites and tools: Discover Quickly, a way to find new music very, very fast; an e-bi…
 
Duncan Clark is a co-founder of the data and storytelling tool Flourish, which is now part of the Canva family. By background a data-driven author, journalist and publisher. In this week’s episode of the podcast, I talk to Duncan about the Flourish team and how they keep up with current trends, what the Canva acquisition means, and what the future …
 
Michael Friendly is a Fellow of the American Statistical Association, a Professor of Psychology, founding Chair of the graduate program in Quantitative Methods at York University, and an Associate Coordinator with the Statistical Consulting Service. He received his doctorate in Psychology from Princeton University, specializing in Psychometrics and…
 
Julie Terberg is the founder of Terberg Design, a creative studio focused on crafting presentations that better communicate with audiences. With decades of experience in the presentation industry, Julie has trusted partnerships with other presentation professionals and valued clients around the world. Since 2005, she has been recognized as a Micros…
 
Dr. Claire McKay Bowen is a principal research associate in the Center on Labor, Human Services, and Population and leads the Statistical Methods Group at the Urban Institute. Her research focuses on developing and assessing the quality of differentially private data synthesis methods and science communication. She holds a BS in mathematics and phy…
 
Philip Bump is a correspondent for The Washington Post based in New York. He largely focuses on the numbers behind politics and he is the author of the weekly newsletter, How To Read This Chart. In this week’s episode of the show, Philip and I talk about his work at the Post, and dealing with all of the haters. We also talk about his work using dat…
 
Karla Starr is a columnist for Medium and write the newsletter The Starr Report on Substack. She has appeared on NPR and CBS Sunday Morning and has written for The Atlantic, Slate, Popular Science, and The Guardian. She won an award for the Best Science/Health story from the Society of Professional Journalists. Karla’s first book, Can You Learn to …
 
We’ve all seen the various ways to learn about data visualization. There are courses on various platforms and learning areas, books, blogs, and more. But these tend to be one-way modes of learning: Someone records a video or writes a blog post (or records a podcast!) and releases out in the world for us to learn. Recently, a team of experts in the …
 
Dr. Cedric Scherer is a graduate computational ecologist with a passion for design. In 2020, he combined his expertise in analyzing and visualizing large data sets in R with his passion to become a freelance data visualization specialist. Cédric has created visualizations across all disciplines, purposes, and styles and regularly teaches data visua…
 
Jock D. Mackinlay is the first Technical Fellow at Tableau Software. He believes that well-designed software can help a wide-range of individuals and organizations work effectively with data, which will improve the world. He is an expert in visual analytics and human-computer... The post Episode #211: Jock D. Mackinlay appeared first on PolicyViz.…
 
Zen Faulkes, author of Better Posters visits PolicyViz Podcast to talk about creating an infographic or presentation slides or data visualization. Even though it's specific to this one part of data communication, I think there's a lot going on here that a lot of us can learn about data communication. So we talk about Zen's background, coming into t…
 
In this week’s episode of the podcast, I’m playing the recording from the opening moderated panel discussion between myself, Jen Christiansen, and Steve Franconeri at the 2021 VisComm workshop at the IEEEVIS conference. We (the workshop organizers) asked Jen and... The post Episode #205: Steve Franconeri and Jen Christiansen a VisComm Workshop appe…
 
Zach Norris, Executive Director of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, author of We Keep Us Safe: Building Secure, Just, and Inclusive Communities, and co-founder of Restore Oakland, visits the PolicyViz podcast to talk about working with and for people and families across the country. The post Episode #180: Zach Norris appeared first on Policy…
 
Valentina D’Efilippo is an award-winning designer, creative director, and author based in London. Working across formats and industries, her work takes many forms – from theatre productions and exhibitions to editorial content and digital experiences. She has co-authored “The Infographic... The post Episode #178: Valentina D’Efilippo appeared first…
 
Mike Bostock is the creator of D3, a popular open-source JavaScript library for visualizing data and Observable, an open-source notebook for exploring data and thinking with code. Previously, Mike was a graphics editor for The New York Times, where he helped produce a... The post Episode #175: Mike Bostock appeared first on PolicyViz.…
 
In case you don’t know, for the last 12 weeks or so I’ve been hosting live video chats with experts in the fields of data, presentation skills, and data visualization. This Data@Urban Digital Discussion series gives (I hope!) people an... The post Episode #174: Graham MacDonald and Claire Bowen appeared first on PolicyViz.…
 
Niklas Elmqvist is a full professor in the iSchool at University of Maryland, College Park where he directs the Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory (HCIL). His research area is information visualization, human-computer interaction, and visual analytics. He was elevated to the rank... The post Episode #173: Niklas Elmqvist appeared first on Policy…
 
Alper Sarikaya is a Research and Development Engineer at Microsoft working on Power BI and its visualization features. His experience has focused on enabling people to create summary visualizations for the purposes of effectively communicating trends, patterns, and distributions in... The post Episode #172: Alper Sarikaya appeared first on PolicyVi…
 
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