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Visual Economics

Visual Economics
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Opportunities and Choices 图说 | 专注信息图表达 ONLINE POLLING TOOLBOX: 40+ Online Polling Sites There's an election next year, and already blogs and websites are taking polls to see exactly how the candidates stack up. It's good news for polling startups, with the launch of another one, SubmitYourVote, last week. Here are more than 40 ways to assess readers' opinions on everything from politics to your fashion sense. Buzzdash - Start polls on topics including news, sports, politics to relationships, philosophy and religion. Participate in the existing ones too. Doodle.ch - Users can create and publish polls that can be sent to friends and families. Dpolls - Create as well as vote on polls for free. Easy-Poll - Multiple colors for your polls and options for ranging from a simple "yes/no" to multiple choice questions. EmbraceMobile - Site for carrying out market research surveys over cellphones for things such as user opinions, customer satisfaction or brand awareness. FeeFo - Tool for getting feedback from customers, ratings, opinions, and reports.

Infografías como recursos didácticos Por Rosana Larraz | Actualizado el 28.02.16 | Publicado el 18.05.10 “La Casa” y “Skateboard” son un diseño de Cristina Gambaccini, ambas infografías están publicadas en Revista Billiken, Editorial Atlántida, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Son más sintéticas que los vídeos, más narrativas que un esquema, más atractivas que las tablas de datos, más exploratorias que las presentaciones tradicionales y, a diferencia de los textos escritos, permiten visualizar la información que presentan. Las infografías transmiten hechos, procesos, noticias, acontecimientos o datos de forma amena, sintética y visual, facilitando la compresión de información árida o compleja y estimulando el interés del lector que, de un golpe de vista, puede seleccionar en ellas lo que le interesa, lo que ya conoce y lo que no. En formatos estáticos o animados, impresos o digitales integrando elementos multimedia y a menudo interactividad, las infografías ofrecen muy variadas posibilidades de explotación didáctica. Para explorar

Mostly Economics Understanding the Ruling Elite The elite are trusted placeholders sitting atop hierarchical structures that own or at least influence massive financial and physical resources whose husbandry they have been trained to manage. They are ultimately trained decision makers reacting to proposals that finally cross their desks. To assign them the ability to actually conspire to a common goal is laughable. What is not laughable is the ambition of deal makers to do the next bigger deal until size becomes its own problem. There is no global conspiracy but there is plenty of evidence of short sighted thinking everywhere and a general lack of common cause unless an inspired leader pushes it. The counter example has been China. Much of the difficulty globally is that we lack a foundational economic theory that makes core decisions self-evident. Understanding the Ruling Elite May 13, 2013 Andy Thomas Lifting the blindfold even just a little means that we might not run into the approaching wall at such a great velocity. Speaking out

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