The Moksha Roundup
Issue #40, November 1 - November 7, 2022
Welcome to this week’s Moksha Roundup! This small newsletter is a weekly roundup of the latest and greatest in the data visualization/design/visual storytelling world. Every week, we compile our favorite projects from journalists, storytellers, and technologists and share them with you.
In this issue, we share great visual storytelling pieces from Bloomberg, Politico, and Nomic AI. If you’re not subscribed already and want to see more in the future, sign up below:
The visuals—the photographs of buildings, a map of where Russian forces have destroyed sites since February, a 3D model of a damaged museum, and a scrollable horizontal timeline with before and after images—come together to help the reader envision and understand the ongoing destruction by Russian troops in the country.Visit the piece →
Ahead of the midterm election, Politico has set up a site to provide readers with live results as the media call the races.
As the results come in, readers will see how Congress changes from its current form, where 35 seats are up for grabs in the Senate, and every seat is at stake in the House. They will also be able to see who won in key races and when to expect to hear the outcomes, hour by hour.Visit the piece →
In this Bloomberg piece, reporters Davey Alba and Jack Gillum, and data visualizer Leonardo Nicoletti dissect why some politicians keep denying 2020 presidential election results on social media platforms.
The piece includes a bubble graph that compares regular posts with election-denying posts. Social media posts with false information outperform normal ones in terms of interactions by 100% or more.Visit the piece →
By Nomic AI
The Nomic AI team has created the KREA Stablie Diffusion Atlas, a new map for exploring 6+ million AI-generated images and the prompts used to created them. Read more about it in Ben Schmidt's thread.Visit the piece →
By Connor Rothschild
A bit of shameless self-promotion. Connor recently conducted a workshop with newline on the topic of Svelte + D3 for data visualization. We think it was pretty good (but maybe we’re biased).Visit the piece →
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