Many Eyes make light work

Many Eyes is a website where Excel meets Wikipedia: after information is uploaded, it lets you–and anyone else–reformat the data in a variety of different ways to permit creative analysis. Traditional presentation options such as bar graphs are joined by Internet innovations such as tag clouds. Since everyone has their own preferred way of receiving information, possibly influenced by age or cognitive disability, this sounds like a great tool. Wonder how many of the options are screen reader friendly so that blind folks can play too?

NY Times: Lines and bubbles and bars, oh my! New ways to sift data

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