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Episode Info: 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 video conversation I had with Manuel as part of the Data@Urban Digital Discussion series. We talk about his love of circles and trees, and more.  Episode Notes Manuel’s website The Book of Circles The Book of Trees Visual Complexity Support the Show This show is completely listener-supported. There are no ads on the show notes page or in the audio. If you would like to financially support the show, please check out my Patreon page, where just for a few bucks a month, you can get a sneak peek at guests, grab stickers, or even a podcast mug. Your support helps me cover audio editing services, transcription services, and more. You can also support the show by sharing it with others and reviewing it on iTunes or your favorite podcast provider. Transcript Jon Schwabish: Welcome back to the PolicyViz podcast. I am your host, Jon Schwabish. I hope you, and your family, and your friends are all healthy, and safe, and well in these strange days. On this week’s episode of the podcast, I’m going to once again repost one of the recent data at Urban Digital discussions. This time, the one that I had with Manuel Lima, Manuel, as you may know, is the author of Book of Circles, the Book of Trees, the book and website VisualComplexity. He is a creator; he is a speaker; he’s an author. And we had a really good time chatting with one another and taking questions from people who attended that live video chat. So I’m not going to talk about anything else, and I’m just going to get right to the episode. So I hope you’ll enjoy this episode of the PolicyViz podcast with Manuel Lima. Hi, everybody. I’m Jon Schwabish from Urban Institute. Thanks for coming in to this digital discussion, chat. Good to see everybody. And I see a bunch of people who’ve been here for the last few days, which is great to see people coming back. So yeah, love it. So I’ll just set up the parameters of the chat. So as you can see on your screen, Manuel Lima is here to talk to us about all of his awesome work. So this is going to be great. If you have questions, just put them in the chat window, and I’ll try to make a bit of a queue and then, you know, you can just unmute yourself when it’s your turn, and you can ask Manuel your questions. There’s no need for me to have to read them unless you don’t want to unmute yourself. That’s totally fine too. And that’s it. It’s pretty low key. There’s not a lot of polish to this. So just a chance for all of us to connect and have some conversation maybe with some adults for an hour and let the kids go have some screen time or whatever. So, yeah. All right. Manuel, how’re you doing, buddy? Manuel Lima: I’m doing great. Thanks. T...
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