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Bill R.

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Washington, DC

Member since:

February 4, 2013

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What is your favorite tool for visualizing data?

I use all of the big boys in the Adobe Creative Suite for most design work. A little Excel, a little R, a little Tableau. Bit of D3, but my JS is shaky.

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

It's definitely a blend, which is why it requires a good team or a designer with a really unique skill set (or both). For me it leans more toward a science because, while I value aesthetics, there needs to be a specific practical application.

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Introduction

I'm a designer and information visualizer with a special interest in communicating policy-related concepts. http://www.flickr...­


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