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We are at the end of yet another full year, folks! And once again we have decided to go around the world to see what has happened in vis in a whole range of countries.
It’s been a long journey. This year we have, Spe Chen from Beijing, China; Pia Faustino from Manila, Philippines; Pinar Dag in Istanbul, Turkey; Justin Yarga from Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso; Harry Stevens in New Delhi, India; and Qristina Parjiani from Tbilisi, Georgia.
Let us know how your year was and what you expect from 2018!
Happy Holidays everyone and thanks for listening!
- Data Works
- G2 data viz library
- The Hu Line, Chinese newspaper
- Dataworks’ Pay to Learn: A graphical analysis of the link between housing and quality education in Beijing
- Pinar Dag on Medium
- Pınar Dağ’s academia.edu page
- Open Database of Deceased Workers in Turkey (Update all the time)
- Analysing Turkish Imam Hatip High Schools Over the Past Decade
- The first massive open online course in Turkey about Data Literacy and Open Data training ( Also data visualization training module)
- Data Journalism Platform -Turkey
- Turkish Data Journalism News Site
- Open Data and Data Journalism Association -Turkey
- The Data Visualisation Catalogue translated into Turkish
- Open Data Day 2017 -Turkey
- Harry Stevens on Hindustan Times
- Hindustan TImes’ “Find out the GST rate for over 1,800 goods and services”
- Hindustan TImes’ “What’s it like to get trolled all day long?”
- Hindustan Times’ “Delhi needs to hire more than 12,000 teachers, but that would be illegal”
- ProPublica’s “Dollars for Docs”
- ProPublica’s “Surgeon Scorecard”
- “The Death of Interactive Infographics?”
- “In Defense of Interactive Graphics”