“The New York Times: Spatial Storytelling and Scientific Data Visualization” by Patanjali, Parshina-Kottas, Pisner and Bartzokas

  • ©Karthik Patanjali, Yuliya Parshina-Kottas, Noah Pisner, and Nicholas (Nick) Bartzokas



Entry Number: 09


    The New York Times: Spatial Storytelling and Scientific Data Visualization



    With misinformation spreading as quickly as the coronavirus itself, we saw an urgent need to illustrate complicated scientific concepts in a clear way to help readers assess risk and empower them to stay safe. We’re going to dive into reporting/design/production and visualization of three pieces that were published recently.


    Or Fleisher, Gabriel Gianordoli, Yuliya Parshina-Kottas, Karthik Patanjali, Miles Peyton and Bedel Saget. 2020. Masks Work. Really. We’ll Show You How. The New York Times, October 30, 2020.Google Scholar
    Nick Bartzokas, Mika Gröndahl, Karthik Patanjali, Miles Peyton, Bedel Saget and Umi Syam. 2021. Why Opening Windows Is a Key to Reopening Schools. The New York Times, February 26, 2021.Google Scholar
    Nadja Popovich, Noah Pisner, Nicholas Bartzokas, Evan Grothjan, Daniel Mangosing, Karthik Patanjali and Scott Reinhard. 2021. See How the Dixie Fire Created Its Own Weather. The New York Times, October 20, 2021.Google Scholar

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