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Buffy the episode guide: how I created this viz

The idea A couple of months ago, I shared an interactive infographics on the 6 reasons to (re)watch Buffy. It explained why, not how. To complete it, and in time for Buffy’s 25th anniversary, I created an interactive episode guide. This blog is to document and shed a light on how I created this viz. I would […]

9 details I loved in 2022’s Iron Viz entries

On his blog visualisingdata.com, Andy Kirk has published a series of blogposts around the ‘little of visualisation design’, in which he focuses on the little details that make a huge difference. If you haven’t read it yet, go on Andy’s blog now, and then come back to thank me, you’re welcome. I’d like to replicate […]

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Re-Viz-It: why I revamped my viz on the musical Hamilton

I love it when data folks are transparent about where they are coming from and how much progress they’ve done. It would be very easy to assume that “some people are natural and I will never manage it”. This month, Iron Quest, the dataviz challenge to help practise for Tableau’s annual competition Iron Viz, is […]

Hamilton Motifs – how I (re)created my dataviz

Link to the viz Hamilton: the outstanding usage of motifs in the American musical Link to the viz Hamilton: the outstanding usage of motifs in the American musical On the 17th of February, Hamilton will celebrate its 7th anniversary: an optimal time to celebrate my favourite musical and more specifically, my preferred part of it: […]