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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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