Monday, March 28, 2011

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These infographs, created by Jer Thorpe, data artist-in-residence at The New York Times visualizes word frequencies in the Times over a 20-year period. Each bar represents a month, with January 1981 at the 12 p.m. position, then the bars moving clockwise from there. Dates and mentions of specific events and key words are thrown in here and there to orient the viewer. With these information graphics not only can you see the growth of the content that fills the pages.


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