164  |  Edward Tufte's complete work with Sandra Rendgen

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We have our friend Sandra Rendgen on the show to talk about the work of Edward Tufte. Tufte does not need any introductions of course. We discuss his early works and efforts, all the books he published, his contribution and legacy and the influence he had on our work.

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1. Welcome back to Data Stories! (00:00:28)

2. Our podcast is listener-supported, please consider making a donation! (00:01:32)

3. Our topic: On Edward Tufte and his new book (00:02:02)

4. Moritz's past work: Impfdashboard (00:02:43)

5. Enrico's past works: Slice Lens (00:04:31)

6. Observable notebooks for teaching (00:05:59)

7. D3 turns 10 (00:06:47)

8. Our guest: Sandra Rendgen (00:07:37)

9. Tufte's background (00:10:03)

10. First book "The Visual Display of Quantitative Information" and how it influenced a lot of people (00:10:35)

11. Second book "Envisioning Information" (00:16:07)

12. Third "Visual Explanations: Images and Quantities, Evidence and Narrative" and fourth book "Beautiful Evidence" (00:18:03)

13. Tufte's new book "Seeing with Fresh Eyes: Meaning, Space, Data, Truth" (00:23:55)

14. Tufte's main contributions and impact (00:29:17)

15. Is Tufte too restrictive in his visual concepts? (00:38:05)

16. Tufte and interactive/digital media (00:48:27)

17. Tufte's workshops and Robert Kosara's review on it (01:01:50)

18. Get in touch with us and support us on Patreon (01:04:36)

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