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Automatic Visualization is Still Not Useful (The Process 098)

July 16, 2020


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There were rumblings this week about visualizing data automatically. Got a dataset? Plug it in to some software, and you’ve got that amazing visualization you’ve been looking for. Just like magic.

That’s always the promise at least.

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