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Naomi B. Robbins

Joel D. "Grossly disproportionate." The problem may be that the designer made the diameter of the bubbles proportionate to the values even though it is the areas of the bubbles that we visualize. This is a very common error.

Joe Lotz

Just a quick note, the Trifecta link is broken. Love the blog!


Misleading in many ways.

Revenue in the airline industry has little to do with profit.

Some with big revenues have huge losses.

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