The PolicyViz Podcast

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Sarah Williams from MIT, and author of the new book Data Action, visits the PolicyViz Podcast. The post Episode #191: Sarah Williams appeared first on PolicyViz.
Rhea Boyd is a pediatrician, public health advocate, and scholar who writes and teaches on the relationship between structural racism, inequity and health. She visits the podcast to talk about her work and how she writes for different audiences. The post Episode #190: Rhea Boyd appeared first on PolicyViz.
Artist, coder, and researcher Mimi Onuoha visits the podcast to talk about her work, her process, and how we should think about missing data. The post Episode #189: Mimi Onuoha appeared first on PolicyViz.
Chantilly Jaggernauth, Tableau Zen Master and founder of the nonprofit Millennials and Data group visits the PolicyViz Podcast to talk about her work and process. The post Episode #188: Chantilly Jaggernauth appeared first on PolicyViz.
Authors of "I am a book," Stefanie Posavec and Miriam Quick, visit the podcast to talk about their new book and their process pulling it together. The post Episode #187: Stefanie Posavec & Miriam Quick appeared first on PolicyViz.
Data visualization designer krisztina Szűcs joins the podcast to talk about her work and her process. The post Episode #186: Krisztina Szűcs appeared first on PolicyViz.
Arathi Sethumadhavan, Head of User Research for Ethics & Society at Microsoft's Cloud+AI, visits the podcast to talk about her work and what it means to use data ethically. The post Episode #185: Arathi Sethumadhavan appeared first on PolicyViz.
Alvitta Ottley and Robert Kosara visit the podcast to talk about the 2020 IEEEVIS virtual conference. We discuss favorite sessions and papers, and our take on the virtual experience. The post Episode #184: IEEEVIS Recap appeared first on PolicyViz.
Author and professor Safiya Noble visits the podcast to talk about the intersection of race and technology, and how "technological redlining" will impact people of color today and in the future. The post Episode #183: Safiya Noble appeared first on PolicyViz.
On this week's show, I talk with Aaron Williams about his work as a data journalist, scientist and visualization expert tackling inequity in data and design at scale. The post Episode #182: Aaron Williams appeared first on PolicyViz.
On this week's episode of the show, I chat with Virginia Eubanks about how high-tech tools and software profile and punish people of color and low-income people and families. The post Episode #181: Virginia Eubanks appeared first on PolicyViz.
Zach Norris, Executive Director of the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights, author of We Keep Us Safe: Building Secure, Just, and Inclusive Communities, and co-founder of Restore Oakland, visits the PolicyViz podcast to talk about working with and for people and families across the country. The post Episode #180: Zach Norris appeared first on PolicyViz.
Kandrea Wade visits the podcast to talk about her work on algorithmic identity and the digital surveillance of marginalized groups. More information and links in the full show notes. The post Episode #179. Kandrea Wade appeared first on PolicyViz.
Valentina D’Efilippo is an award-winning designer, creative director, and author based in London. Working across formats and industries, her work takes many forms – from theatre productions and exhibitions to editorial content and digital experiences. She has co-authored “The Infographic... The post Episode #178: Valentina D’Efilippo appeared first on PolicyViz.
Christine Zhang just joined the Financial Times as a data journalist on the US elections team for 2020. Previously, she was a data journalist at The Baltimore Sun, where she used numbers, statistics and graphics to tell local news stories... The post Episode #177: Christine Zhang appeared first on PolicyViz.
Manuel Lima is the author of three books and a leading voice on information visualization. He has worked with an array of organizations designing digital experiences and leading product teams. On this week’s episode of the podcast, I’m reposting a... The post Episode #176: Manuel Lima appeared first on PolicyViz.
Mike Bostock is the creator of D3, a popular open-source JavaScript library for visualizing data and Observable, an open-source notebook for exploring data and thinking with code. Previously, Mike was a graphics editor for The New York Times, where he helped produce a... The post Episode #175: Mike Bostock appeared first on PolicyViz.
In case you don’t know, for the last 12 weeks or so I’ve been hosting live video chats with experts in the fields of data, presentation skills, and data visualization. This Data@Urban Digital Discussion series gives (I hope!) people an... The post Episode #174: Graham MacDonald and Claire Bowen appeared first on PolicyViz.
Niklas Elmqvist is a full professor in the iSchool at University of Maryland, College Park where he directs the Human-Computer Interaction Laboratory (HCIL). His research area is information visualization, human-computer interaction, and visual analytics. He was elevated to the rank... The post Episode #173: Niklas Elmqvist appeared first on PolicyViz.
Alper Sarikaya is a Research and Development Engineer at Microsoft working on Power BI and its visualization features.  His experience has focused on enabling people to create summary visualizations for the purposes of effectively communicating trends, patterns, and distributions in... The post Episode #172: Alper Sarikaya appeared first on PolicyViz.
Jake Berman is an artist, historian, and attorney. His celebrated project The Lost Subways of North America has been featured in The Guardian, The Daily Mail, and Atlas Obscura. In this week’s episode of the podcast, Jake and I talk about his work and get a... The post Episode #171: Jake Berman appeared first on PolicyViz.
As the world hunkers down to slow the spread of the coronavirus, a lot of information is making its way to our information channels. Some of this information is true, some is false, and some is misleading in one way... The post Episode #170: DataViz in the Time of COVID appeared first on PolicyViz.
Meagan Longoria is a business intelligence consultant with Denny Cherry & Associates Consulting and a Microsoft Data Platform MVP. She helps people understand their data and use it to make better decisions. While her skills include data modeling, data warehousing,... The post Episode #169: Meagan Longoria appeared first on PolicyViz.
Over the past few years of doing this show, I’ve made a whole new bunch of friends. Honestly, some guests I would call ‘acquaintances’, but for others, we’ve either become new friends because of the show or they were friends... The post Episode #168: Ann Emery appeared first on PolicyViz.
In this week’s episode, I start to celebrate my new book, Elevate the Debate: A Multilayered Approach to Communicating Your Research. Co-authored with my colleagues in the communications department at the Urban Institute, the goal of the book is to... The post Episode #167: Elevate the Debate: How to Drive Fact-Based Policy Conversations appeared first on PolicyViz.
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Podcast Details

Created by
The PolicyViz Podcast
Podcast Status
Active
Started
Apr 6th, 2015
Latest Episode
Feb 23rd, 2021
Release Period
Weekly
Episodes
192
Avg. Episode Length
28 minutes
Explicit
No
Language
English

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