A podcast on data and how it affects our lives
Enrico Bertini and Moritz Stefaner discuss the latest developments in data analytics, visualization and related topics.
We have Miriah Meyer (University of Utah) and Danyel Fisher (Microsoft Research) on the show to talk about their new book "Making Data Visual".
We have Lisa C. Rost and Gregor Aisch on the show to talk about the exciting work they are doing at Datawrapper.
We talk with Evanthia Dimara about cognitive bias and the role it plays in visualization.
Saleema Amershi, Researcher at Microsoft Research AI, joins us on the show to discuss Interactive Machine Learning and how it connects to data visualization.
We have Gene Kogan on the show to talk about the use of machine learning in art and visualization.
We have Michelle Borkin from Northeastern University on the show to talk about her research on data viz memorability.
Alice Thudt makes pottery — such as cups, plates, or teapots — that show data! Her project Life in Clay started off as a twist on a hobby, and has since become part of her PhD research on personal data visualization.
We go around the world to discover what has happened in vis in 2017.
We have Sharon Hessney (American Statistical Association) and Michael Gonchar (New York Times Learning Network) on the show to talk about the New York Times project called "What's Going On In This Graph?".
We have Catherine D'Ignazio on the show this week to talk about feminist data visualization.