Stats, redacted

Stats

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  1. Simon Collison Simon Collison

    Working on some stats models for a forthcoming mega super massive mighty apptacular.

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    almost 3 years ago

  2. Emir Ayouni Emir Ayouni

    pretty cool infographics you got going there, dude. I dig it.

    almost 3 years ago

  3. Jonathan Quintin Jonathan Quintin

    clean, clear & informative!

    almost 3 years ago

  4. Aurélien Foutoyet Aurélien Foutoyet

    Love it

    almost 3 years ago

  5. Nicholas Hammond Nicholas Hammond

    Everything about it is awesome except for it seems redundant to put the word "redacted" everywhere. Not sure you can change that at all since that's what it is solely about

    almost 3 years ago

  6. Simon Collison Simon Collison

    Nicholas: Yep, without each and every "redacted" you'd know what it's for, or be able to make a rough guess at least. Can't let that happen with this project.

    almost 3 years ago

  7. Valentin Valentin

    I will take this one as an example anytime I need to design an infographic. Thanks for posting this!

    almost 3 years ago

  8. Steven Grant Steven Grant

    nice work - also falls in line with what Brian Suda talked about at DIBI - allowing the data to speak for itself and being accurately presented. Take note Apple for your next keynote :-) we know when data looks skewed.

    almost 3 years ago

  9. Simon Collison Simon Collison

    Steven: Yep, been reading Brian Suda's Designing With Data, which is a wonderful book. Although, he makes me feel guilty for using pie charts.

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    almost 3 years ago

  10. stopingmirron stopingmirron

    Inspiring...

    almost 3 years ago

  11. Steven Grant Steven Grant

    Haha - it's on my list to read. I did wonder if I'd enjoy what's usually regarded as a mundane subject. He does some crazy things with data and design. His work for (I think) Icelandic tourist folks was real interesting, having the weather influence the design.

    almost 3 years ago

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