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Category Archives: We try it! Our own attempts at Infographics
Part of this blog is about creating our own infographics, which I’ve done previously. What I haven’t done yet though is produce a Wordle. The site allows the user to input any text and it automatically produces an infographic displaying … Continue reading
I have always looked in wonder at those clever coloured maps in the Guardian, where they give each country a different colour according to population, economy, birth rate or any other variable. But could I produce something like it myself? … Continue reading
A while back I posted an article about the beauty of wordles and how they are useful in dissecting data that is mostly word-based. Following my recent attempt to create a bubble chart, I decided to try and create a … Continue reading
As anybody who has read my posts recently will realise, infographics have become a bit of an obsession for me recently. I have been looking at the best infographics modern media has to offer. But could I produce my own? … Continue reading
Having done English at uni and being a bit of a bookworm myself, I loved this infographic I found on The Guardian a few days ago. Informationisbeautiful.net put it together. The more recommended the novel, the larger it appears on … Continue reading
Last week, I spoke to Ben Whitelaw, one fifth of student journalism website gods Wannabe Hacks. Among other things, he talked to me about the importance of entrepreneurialism in journalism and that having a skill in data visualisation will make … Continue reading
I wanted my first infographic to mean something to me. Personal, significant, epic. What could be more appropriate than analysing the data of a bag of sweets? I’m waiting for the Guardian Data Blog’s phone call. (Yes, I used Paint).