Posts filed under “Digital Media”
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Source: Visualizing Economics
Earlier this year, we discussed the Lessons Learned from the Fall of Gold. That surprisingly generated some controversy despite the near 40% collapse from its 2011 peak.
Rather than spill a lot of ink onto the page, I wanted to direct your attention to the following graphic from Catherine Mulbrandon of Visualizing Economics. It is the real price of Gold, adjusted for inflation.
Source: Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia Via the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, by way of Business Insider, I decided to see what we could do if that was an animated GIF instead of static charts. The net result shows the month-to-month change from January 2005 – January 2014 of the Philly Fed’s coincident…Read More
How to be more innovative? Some advice from the experts on how to design your personal innovation roadmap — in three steps. How to Be An Innovator: Your Personal Roadmap from Sidneyeve Matrix Slides from a keynote presentation prepared for Queen’s School of Business Innovation Summit, 2014.
Data visualization has enabled us to compress data and express them visually in many interesting new ways. It is often cited that we are trying to tell stories through them. Is that really the case? How can we ensure that the audience is able to retain, recall and retell our data-driven stories. Using examples and…Read More