Which chart should I use, and why? Information design for the human brain! (Design Track)
We'll explore how research into the ways people estimate numbers will change how you think about choosing charts to tell your stories. And, no, it doesn't mean everything is a bar chart.We'll also discuss your problem charts and brainstorm improvements. Bring ideas for hard-to-visualize concepts and data.
Darla Cameron is the data visuals editor at The Texas Tribune in Austin, where she leads a team of journalist-developers at the intersection of graphics and news applications. @darlacameron
Anna Flagg is a data journalist for The Marshall Project, a nonprofit news organization focused on the U.S. criminal justice system. In addition to The Marshall Project, her work has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, ProPublica, Al Jazeera, CityLab, Fusion and OpenSecrets.org. She's spoken at Malofiej, Visualized, TEI and Haptics Symposium, and co-taught a course on multimedia journalism for the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.
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