Archive for May, 2018

Minimally Viable Data Visualization

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2018

I received an email a few days ago from the founder and CEO of a new analytics software company that led to an interesting revelation. In his email, this fellow thanked me for sharing my insights regarding data visualization and shared that he has acquired several of my books, which are “nearing the top” of […]

So Far, VR-Enabled Data Visuailzation is Nonsense

Monday, May 14th, 2018

Few data technologies are subject to more hype these days than VR-enabled data visualization. I have never seen a single example that adds value and therefore makes sense. Those who promote it don’t base their claims on actual evidence that it works. Instead, they tend to spout a lot of misinformation about visual perception and […]