Check out the Pinterest board. Look at the depth and variety of ways to visualize data. When people blog about the impact the project has had, you get the sense it’s really changing the way people work. (Neil Richards and Michael Mixon are two great examples.)
Kids are getting involved, too. Children, like 8-year-old Joe Radburn (who tweets from his dad's account), enthused by data!
I’ve learnt a lot about how to criticize constructively. We’ve had some great thoughts on whether things should be complicated or simple.
Who knew that China was the world’s biggest grower of peaches?
Or that a TEU is a measure used by the shipping industry?
Each of the 38 data sets has taught us something. Whether the findings are serious or fun, participants are learning about the world each week.
We’ve done this live many times, and the experience is amazing. You should do it, too!
The highlights are long. Andy and I would like to thank everyone who’s been involved in such a rewarding project.
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