High Dimension Visualization in Political Science

Last Friday, I gave a talk illustrating some examples of high-dimension visualization in Political Science. I structured the talk around three arbitrary categories of information visualization: infographics (factoid-packed, inefficient), statistical graphics (argument-making, minimal), and data displays (multidimensional, deep). The slides below are long on examples and short on text, but should be mostly self-explanatory.

Header image from BibliOdyssey.

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