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February 20, 2009

(This article was first published on Dataspora » R, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

We hosted the first Dataviz Salon SF on Tuesday night, with lightning talks by boredom cop Shane Booth, dataviz wiz Lee Byron , computational journalist Brad Stenger, data wrangler Pete Skomoroch , and any/all data enthusiast Brendan O’Connor .

I was going to blog all about it — but Tom Carden of Stamen Design already has a great write-up.

… Dataspora invited a few people to a Dataviz Salon yesterday evening. Mike and I went along and huddled in a brick-built basement in SoMa to listen to the following:


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