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Kirk (2016) stated Annotation as “the simple need to explain things” to the viewer using the correct balance to be effective. There are two main groups of annotation designs where are project and chart.
For this discussion, select two of the following data visualizations from the book companion site, include the figure number and title/name and describe the annotations which would include if these are in the project or chart group of designs. Include your perspective on the use of the annotations and also include what would enhance or increase the effectivity as it relates to annotations and why.
These must be accessed from the book companion online website – not from the text. This site can be found at http://book.visualisingdata.com/
Page: 53 | Figure: 2.11 – “Asia Loses Its Sweet Tooth for Chocolate” by Graphics Department (Wall Street Journal)
Page: 86 | Figure: 3.16 – “How Y’all, Youse and You Guys Talk” by Josh Katz (The New York Times)
Page: 87 | Figure: 3.17 – “Losing Ground” by Bob Marshall, The Lens, Brian Jacobs and Al Shaw (ProPublica)
Page: 88 | Figure: 3.18 – “Forbes: The World’s 100 Highest-Paid Athletes” by Andy Kirk
Page: 90 | Figure: 3.19 – “Grape expectations” by S. Scarr, C. Chan, and F. Foo (Reuters Graphics)
Page: 112 | Figure: 4.7 – “What Good Marathons and Bad Investments Have in Common” by Justin Wolfers (The New York Times)
Page: 233 | Figure: 8.5 – “History Through the President’s Words” by Kennedy Elliott, Ted Mellnik and Richard Johnson (The Washington Post)
Page: 234 | Figure: 8.6 – “Making sense of skills: A UK skills taxonomy” by Dr Cath SleemanPage: 235 | Figure: 8.7 – “Kindred Britain” version 1.0 © 2013 Nicholas Jenkins – designed by Scott Murray, powered by SUL-CIDR
Page: 236 | Figure: 8.8 – “The Life Cycle of Ideas” by Accurate
Page: 236 | Figure: 8.9 – “Establishment of the US National Parks” by Nicholas Rougeux
Page: 238 | Figure: 8.12 – “Twitter NYC: A Multilingual Social City” by James Cheshire, Ed Manley, John Barratt, and Oliver O’Brien
Page: 239 | Figure: 8.13 – “Mizzou’s Racial Gap Is Typical On College Campuses” by FiveThirtyEight
Page: 240 | Figure: 8.14 – “Battling Infectious Diseases in the 20th Century: The Impact of Vaccines” by Graphics Department (Wall Street Journal)
Page: 241 | Figure: 8.15 – “MeTooMentum” by Valentina D’Efilippo (design); Lucia Kocincova (development)
Page: 242 | Figure: 8.16 – “US Gun Deaths” by Periscopic
Page: 242 | Figure: 8.17 – Excerpt from “Wealth Inequality in America” by YouTube user ‘Politizane’
Page: 243 | Figure: 8.18 – “The Pursuit of Faster” by Andy Kirk and Andrew Witherley
Reference: Kirk, A. (2016). Data Visualisation: A Handbook for Data-Driven Design. SAGE Publications.
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