It's week two in the free online Infographics and data visualization course, led by Alberto Cairo, and I'm working on this week's assignment.
The discussion this week is about a New York Times graphic that shows the number of times that words were used at national conventions. The words are shown in blue and red (pink?) bubbles, representing the party colours, and you can add other words to the graphic, to see how they fared.
If you click on a circle, the selected word is shown in context, below the graphic, in various speeches.
Improvements to the Infographic
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