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Month: March 2016

Weekly Whiteboard Visualizations

Weekly Whiteboard Visualizations

Recently the podcast, What’s the Point by Five Thirty eight, aired an episode about data visualizations on post cards. In short, Giorgia Lupi  and Stefanie Posavec started the “Dear Data” project, a weekly visualization sent on a postcard. This inspired me to improve my visualization skills by creating some unique data graphics on a white board Lynsey hung in our mud room. Here is the project: Each week I will collect data on a topic related to the Larson House. Data collection will be…

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Where are we?

Where are we?

When deciding to take a risk, considering the failure or negative consequences of that action is typically everyone’s least favorite part. I know that was the case for Dan and me. That’s not to say we hadn’t hashed out the data, statistics and odds of our eventual failure. I don’t mind that word…failure. But Dan hates it. The weeks leading up to and after the closing of our children’s boutique, I said that word…a lot. It rolled off my tongue easier than…

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