Data visualizations are made from all kinds of data sources. If data exists, chances are someone is collecting and analyzing it. Specific examples of data visualizations include rat squeak visualizations, mapped mortality causes, deducing the source of infection, selfie styles, depths of pants pockets, levels of corruption in countries spanning the globe – really, you name it, someone is visualizing it.
It came as no surprise that someone had mapped out the activities and behavior of famous creative people using the information in the book “Daily Rituals: How Artists Work” by Mason Currey, the contents of which are informed by specific periods of famous creatives’ lives as recorded in diaries, letters, and other documentation.
Author: Amy Koski
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