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NYT did an excellent job on simplifying the chart.

Chris Pudney

The previous blog post I read was by Stephen Few on the "eloquence of simplicity". Thanks for the concrete example.

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With fewer labels competing for real estate, the labels could be turned around so readers don't need to turn their heads around


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