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Michael Pierce

I wonder if they would have gotten so creative in today's world of Excel charting...how do you make an Excel chart jump out of its boundaries like that? :)

L. Zoel

I think it has more to do with the requirement that the figure fit on one page than some strange asthetic reason. In a digital world where we're no longer confined by the amount of space on a piece of paper there's simply no need for this degree of confusing finaggling.


Graphics may no longer need to be on paper, but they definitely still need to fit on a screen.

Ran Barton

I have used charts where the data break out of the frame, and as soon as the audience realizes it's not a mistake, but a reflection of how crazy the real data actually are, it was a very powerful gimmick. Really got everyone sitting up and thinking.


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