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Graphic Monday (On Tuesday)

By Leslie Young No, we weren’t late posting this week’s Graphic Monday. But, we were a little late posting it to the Tumblr. Sorry! I hope you’ll enjoy it though. This week, we used some new Statistics Canada data to … Continue reading

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Graphic Monday: Canadian arms exports

By Leslie Young This week’s Graphic Monday feature is an interactive look at some of Canada’s arms exports. I was surprised to see how many Canadian guns went to Denmark, of all places. Much less surprising is that the U.S. … Continue reading

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How we built the Gardiner map

By Leslie Young (crossposted from GlobalToronto.com) Building our interactive map of the Gardiner Expressway was a long process. It started with an idea, of course. After hearing so many reports of concrete falling from the Gardiner during the summer of … Continue reading

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Graphics in the lockup

By: Leslie Young Last week I visited Ottawa to participate in the federal budget lockup at the old train station. My mission was to produce some interesting graphics of the federal budget, showing the cuts and Canada’s overall financial picture. … Continue reading

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Relational diagrams of Toronto city council votes

by Patrick Cain Last week we published a series of relational diagrams of voting patterns in Toronto city council using NodeXL. It’s a direct result of Peter Aldhous’s excellent presentation at the NICAR conference in St. Louis. (The context, for … Continue reading

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