Last week Twitter went a wee bit crazy when Donald Trump’s son posted an image about how the Republican nominee had gained ground. Except that it turns out the image was from FiveThirtyEight and looked only at a demographic split by gender—it was what the map would look if only men voted. Suffice it to say, yeah, the Twitterverse went a wee bit crazy. Thankfully the BBC put together this really great recap with some of the best of it.
Happy Friday, all.
Credit for the pieces goes to the various original authors and designers.
As I stated earlier this week, I spent the first half of the week in Wisconsin research my family history. And I really will try to get to it next week. But, beyond the vital records and recorded stories, I am also intrigued by how our ethnic histories break down genetically. That gets us to today’s post from xkcd.
I admit that today’s post has absolutely nothing to do with data visualisation or information design. But, given my personal experiences the last few weeks, I thought it was worth sharing on a Friday. So please enjoy the work of xkcd.