The opposite of TURD (Truly Unfortunate Representations of Data)

The New York Times, for at least the last 10 years, has been doing amazing graphic design work for data representation. The Walker Art Center here in the Twin Cities recently hosted a talk by Kevin Quealy of the graphics department at the Times. I was unable to attend, but it’s online.

I am dying for the end of the semester and having time to watch it.

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One response to “The opposite of TURD (Truly Unfortunate Representations of Data)

  1. My favorite examples of non-TURD graphical displays come from Edward Tufte’s books. Beautiful stuff!

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