Tag: data visualization

‘A world that counts’: The rise of infographics in global maternal health campaigns by Margaret E. MacDonald

Margaret E. MacDonald , September 22nd, 2020


Infographics have become a ubiquitous feature of the contemporary global health landscape, crowding the presentations and exhibition halls of conferences, the pages of annual reports, and the website…


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Highly Accurate Pictures of Anthropologists

Rhiannon Mosher , January 4th, 2018


Here’s something fun for back to class: the relatively new tumblr Highly Accurate Pictures of Anthropologists! Alex Golub posted about his new project on anthro{dendum} back in November, but…


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Highly Accurate Pictures of Anthropologists

Rhiannon Mosher , January 4th, 2018


Here’s something fun for back to class: the relatively new tumblr Highly Accurate Pictures of Anthropologists! Alex Golub posted about his new project on anthro{dendum} back in November, but…


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Writing better Conference Abstracts and crafting better Posters

Rhiannon Mosher , October 5th, 2017


We originally planned to write this post for grad students, but really, couldn’t we all benefit fit from learning a bit more about how to write a great…


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Anthropologists Visualizing Data: Packaging Anthropological Knowledge Part Three

Jennifer Long , August 3rd, 2017


In line with the post from earlier this week, Anthro Everywhere! is revisiting the topic of visualizing data in accessible (i.e. easily consumable) ways. What do I mean…


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