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Some famous graphics

I couldn’t resist passing this on. Take a look at this data visualization infographic, or in plain language, reproduction of eleven famous graphics. These include Anaximander’s world map of 550BC; the Catalan Atlas of 1375; John Snow’s map of cholera … Continue reading

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Busy times, 8: Algebraic graph theory at Villanova

This week, five time zones to the west; next week, three to the east. This week was Andrew Woldar’s conference on algebraic graph theory at Villanova University, a Catholic school founded by Irish Augustinian friars in about 1850. I had … Continue reading

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