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Jimmy H.

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Washington, DC

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January 19, 2014

What is your favorite tool for visualizing data?

Infogr.am, Ease.ly, Reveal.js, prezi.com, Adobe Illustrator.

Do you think data visualization is more of an art or more of a science? Why?

Like journalism, it comes at the nexus of art and science. Data is ubiquitous in today's world but the question of who accesses it is steeped heavily in those that can put it on the page/screen in a way that's comprehensible, fun, and aesthetically pleasing. In short, it is both. Perhaps a cop-out answer, but there's my two sense .

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Introduction

American University multi-media journalist. AWOL magazine writer, Law Street Media contributor, work featured in Greater Greater Washington.


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