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 ====== Visualizing Stuff ====== ====== Visualizing Stuff ======
 +===== More Tufte ===== 
 +Excellent case study is the space shuttle challenger. ​ {{ :​home:​space_shuttle_challenger.zip |}} 
 +  * On multi-variate problems, it's easy to get confused/​lost in the data unless you simplify it to 2D.  
 +  * The congress investigation committee still didn't get it and made confusing infographics that looked kinda cool but weren'​t clear.  
 +  * Even Feynmann in his "​scientific"​ explanation didn't acknowledge the limitation of his experiment. (no water touched the ring in rocket even though it did in his glass, might'​ve caused more hardening, etc)
 ===== Cinematography ===== ===== Cinematography =====
 Things are interesting when they are slower/​faster or bigger/​smaller than normal. Why does it attract our vision so much? Maybe it's that there might be new information there that we haven'​t seen before? Things are interesting when they are slower/​faster or bigger/​smaller than normal. Why does it attract our vision so much? Maybe it's that there might be new information there that we haven'​t seen before?
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