From the article:
“As of July 30, 2013 Nature Methods has published 35 Points of View columns written by Bang Wong, Martin Krzywinski and their co-authors: Nils Gehlenborg, Cydney Nielsen, Noam Shoresh, Rikke Schmidt Kjærgaard, Erica Savig and Alberto Cairo. As we prepare to launch a new column in our September issue we felt this would be a good time to collect and organize links to all the Points of View columns together in one place to make it easier to navigate this wonderful resource that the authors have provided us. For the month of August we will be making all the columns free to access so everyone can benefit from this practical advice on data visualization.”
Did they say “free”? This is an OUTSTANDING resource that (in my opinion) needs a heck of lot of traction due to our increased acknowledgement of spatial knowledge.
Thanks to On Think Tanks (Enrique Mendizabal) which can be found at http://onthinktanks.org/2013/08/05/data-visualisation-competition-pen-and-paper-may-be-good-enough/ for putting this on my radar.