Hey folks, we are back! We really hope you had a good summer.
We start the new season with an “internal” episode. We give numerous updates on Data Stories. Things have changed recently — we have future ideas and two great events to get in touch with us!
- The Visualized Conference, taking place in New York on Oct 7-10, 2015, is going to host a Data Stories Meetup on Oct 7, 2015. If you live in NYC or happen to be around please drop by! We’d love to meet and talk with you.
- We will also offer an Ask Me Anything on Reddit on November 3. This is a unique opportunity to ask us questions live and chat together.
In the show we also talk about some of our recent projects.
Moritz talks about False Positive, an art project on data, privacy and identity. He also talks about the new Inclusive Growth Report from the World Economic Forum, for which he designed the graphics and website together with Stefanie Posavec and 9elements.
Enrico talks about the RevEx tool and his collaboration with ProPublica for the analysis of millions of medical Yelp reviews, his work with Human Rights experts and a recently published paper on visualization design with climate scientists.
This episode is sponsored by Qlik who allows you to explore hidden relationships within data that lead to insights. Read Patrik Lundblad’s blog posts on the three pillars of data visualization(1,2,3). You can download Qlik Sense for free at: www.qlik.de/datastories.
- John Swabisch’s PolicyViz Podcast
- Data Skeptic Podcast (Enrico’s favorite data podcast)
- List of Data Science Podcasts – “The 7 Best Data Science and Machine Learning Podcasts“
- Data Stories Meetup at Visualized in NYC (sign-up here!)
- Data Is Beautiful on Reddit (where our Ask Me Anything will happen)
- False Positive (Moritz’s project on personal data on the web)
- RevEx (Enrico’s project on analyzing healthcare reviews from Yelp)
- Inclusive Growth (Moritz’s project on visualizing growth)
- Upcoming Conferences: VIS’15 | Kikk Festival | art+bits festival