Amanda Cox è una story teller anche se non usa parole:
Amanda Cox of the New York Times' graphics department recently gave a great presentation to the New Media Days conference in Copenhagen and described how the Times uses data visualizations to reveal patterns, provide context, describe relationships, and even create a sense of wonder about the world. [...]
It's likely that several of the graphics presented in the video used R at some point in their construction. As you might recall, Amanda used R to create the Michael Jackson infographic we featured on the blog last year. And in the article "R is Hot", Amanda said of R: "R makes it easy to read data, generate lines and points, and place them where you want them. It's very flexible and super quick. When you've only got two or three hours until deadline, R can be brilliant."