A statistical sketch of Dubai

Information released by national bureaux of statistics, such as census and economic data, are the bread and butter of data journalism. They are the cornerstones of international comparisons and a rich source of open data, especially in the U. S. and Europe, where all kinds of infograp
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Starting 2014 with a flying visit to Augsburg

On a recent trip to Europe, I took the opportunity to drop by Michael Stoll’s office at the Augsburg University of Applied Sciences in Germany. Michael kindly showed me around his workplace, a laboratory and library of visual communications. This man’s collection of vintage graphics i
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