Flip through the story below to see my take. Jeff tracked a few key data elements for what turned out to be a very interesting week: This week I was juicing. My first postcard on steroids.
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It provides the information necessary for a reader to locate and retrieve any source you cite in the body of the paper. Welcome to Dear Data Two This project was inspired by caninariojana.com, a wonderful collaboration between Giorgia Lupi and Stefanie caninariojana.com (Jeffrey Shaffer and Andy Kriebel) decided to follow in their footsteps and coincidentally, Andy moved from California to London, caninariojana.com is our intention to follow the original authors, week by week, creating our own visualizations on postcards, and.
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