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Rob S.


Alexandria, VA

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February 3, 2013


What is your favorite tool for visualizing data?

d3.js, highcharts, protovis, datatables, jquerysparklines, google maps api, google earth, javascript infovis toolkit, processing, raphael.js, etc.

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

Now now, let's not get religious. Let's just say that data vis as art and data vis as science both have a place and is not nor should be mutually exclusive.

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Infovis practitioner for a handful of years now.

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