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Another improvement could focus on the audience that does not know what different phones look like. I wouldn't know what the phones were (except the iPhone) unless I had the first chart for reference.

Tommi Himberg

Not related to this post in particular, but couldn't find other means of bringing this to your attention...

A funny example of "Minard-like" graphs about movie narratives: http://xkcd.com/657/


Tommi: you can submit ideas to my gmail account. The user name is the name of the blog.

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