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Links 1 through 10 of 99 by Francis Gagnon tagged data.visualization

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"We may just have a sixth sense. No, it's not the ability to see dead people, but it does relate to the ability to work with numbers. Scientists have discovered that numerosity is associated with the part of the brain that is organized topographically, putting it on the same level as the other five primary sense of sight, hearing, touch smell and taste." "Numerosity is distinct from symbolic numbers. While we use symbolic numbers to represent numerosity and other aspects of magnitude, it's still only a representation. Instead, numerosity is derived from visual processing of image features."

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As of March, the United States was home to nearly two thousand four hundred craft breweries, the small producers best known for India pale ales and other decidedly non-Budweiser-esque beers. What’s more, they are rapidly colonizing what one might call the craft-beer frontier: the South, the Southwest, and, really, almost any part of the country that isn’t the West or the Northeast. The interactive map below, based on newly released 2012 data gathered by the Brewers Association, illustrates this phenomenon and offers a detailed overview of the American craft-beer industry.

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"One of the most promising results of the discussion Few initiated was the latest iteration of Francis Gagnon‘s concentric circles technique. Despite Few being rather dismissive of their value in his discussion board, I think they improve bubbles without any of the drawbacks that Stephen’s bricks create. They may not be as preattentively recognizable, but I’m not sure that is much of a disadvantage for most purposes. I recommend reading these three posts where Francis outlines his thoughts at each iteration of their creation."

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Joey Cherdarchuk "How does the NHL's [indicator] Impact Performance?"

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