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Alternative Ways to Represent Data

Happy new year. This is issue #221 of The Process, where we look closer at how the charts get made. I’m Nathan Yau, and — I’m pretty sure I say this in one form or another every year — this year, 2023, is the time to learn new data things. What other ways, outside the realm of established chart types, can we represent data?

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