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Overall rating 3. Yes No Thanks for your feedback! Report as inappropriate. What i love most abt this books are indeed the illustrations and the inspiration it conveys. Life is not just straining yourself to make money, its about enjoying what we have and how we live. After reading this, i kept myself a journal to keep track of every lessons in my life, decorate it with many colors and start to pride myself on it. A fun read. All good advice and in simple, fun language.

A gentle kick in the pants to embrace our individuality, use our own voice, and stand up to the fears that hold us back. Loved it. Must read for everyone.

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You've successfully reported this review. I was introduced to many experts and leaders from the field of information visualization and one who stood out to me was Jessica Hagy and her clever work on her blog Indexed.

Her body of work includes other websites, books, and more, but her simple straightforward posts on Indexed are an excellent introduction to her stye and this corner of the world of information visualization. These posts are topical in nature and often relevant to news, pop culture, or perhaps her own personal life.

Visualizations do not have to include specific numbers in order to be useful or interesting. She tries to provoke feeling and emotion beyond hard data, using humor, hyperbole, and imagery to get her point across in her visualizations. Even if specific numbers are not included, this does not mean that math is ignored.

Understanding proportion, x- and y-axis, and more is essential for understanding her visualization. In her posts, relationships between pieces of information are paramount.

The following two images are interesting to contrast because of their similar structures. In both, as the item on the x-axis increases, so does the item on the y-axis. Even though the positive and negative are reversed, the viewer can clearly note the correlation in each post.Daniel Kahneman.

And about growing a pair: If you're not courageous, you're going to be hanging around the water cooler, talking about the guy that actually is. Hearts at Stake.

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