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Dataviz at Chicago Booth
A rarity in the world of data visualization: a large section—about two-thirds of its space—in which almost nothing changes. This presentation not only contextualizes the relatively sudden disruption of the world order during the 1800s, but it also helps illustrate a new trend over the last few decades. Stretched across a two-page magazine spread, Summer 2018. [Animated web version here]
Annotated heatmap infographic, designed and written in collaboration with Chicago Booth's Eric Zwick. I started in R, then took it into Tableau before refining the print presentation in Illustrator. This was about a half-pager in the Spring 2017 magazine. [Interactive web version here]
I am a fan of scatterplot charts for data visualization as long as my labeling is extremely thorough. Designed and written in collaboration with Chicago Booth's Seth Zimmerman. This was about a half-pager in the Fall 2017 magazine. [Interactive web version here]
Here is another stylized scatterplot designed and written in collaboration with Chicago Booth PhD candidate Tarik Umar. This was about a half-pager in the Summer 2017 magazine. [Web version here]
I went cross-eyed placing every individual circle on these seating charts—all to make a very simple point about how people's seat positions get shuffled between the two locations. Designed and written in collaboration with Chicago Booth's Emir Kamenica. This was about a half-pager in the Summer 2017 magazine. [Web version here]
Dataviz at Chicago Booth
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