Chart Chat2021-04-26T00:50:26+00:00

Watch as Jeffrey Shaffer, Steve Wexler, Amanda Makulec, and Andy Cotgreave debate the good, the bad, and the “scaredy-cats” of data visualization.

One of the biggest lessons these industry leaders have learned is the importance of collaboration, iteration, and friction. Their passionate screen-sharing debates made for better dashboards and a better book.

By tuning in you’ll learn how to apply their thought processes to your own work. You’ll be entertained, and you’ll build better visualizations.

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Chart Chat Live — Round 9

Amanda Makulec joins Steve and Jeff and they discuss The Data Visualization Society Mona Chalabi and Marimekko charts Grammar of graphics and comparing Tableau with Power BI Curved timelines [...]

Chart Chat Live — Round 7

Steve and Jeff discuss Kelly Martin How Steve spent his summer (a lot of reading) The importance of iterating Data Visualization Society survey Tableau animation (alpha release) https://youtu.be/C5TEXhqjx-E [...]

Chart Chat Live — Round 5

Steve and Jeff discuss Criticisms of our criticisms The cost of having a "large amplifier" Thoughts on Viz of the Day How to avoid having the tool dictate the [...]

Chart Chat Live — Round 4

Andy Cotgreave joins Steve and Jeff as they discuss Name the author Things that delighted Things that dismayed Adding music to augment a visualization Getting academic papers to be [...]

Chart Chat Live — Round 3

Chris Love joins Steve and Jeff as they discuss Lollipop charts (again) Bar (chart) hopping Name the author Things that delighted Things that dismayed More on population pyramids (and [...]

Chart Chat Live — Round 2

Jeff and Steve discuss Jeff's makeover of the Nightingale "Rose" chart Lollipop charts Getting feedback from your audience (so you can see with fresh eyes) Joey Cherdarchuk from Dark [...]

Chart Chat Live – Round 1

November 28, 2018 Thank you to everyone that joined our first Chart Chat Live webinar. https://youtu.be/Z3wLmRvy4YQ In addition to the recording above, you can also [...]

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