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How visualizations are created? How data becomes meaningful? What does it mean that visualizations are knowledge tools? What is the design practice of a research lab in visualization? Professor Paolo Ciuccarelli talks in this interview about the ten years of experience of DensityDesign, a research lab at Politecnico di Milano devoted to the visual representation of complexity through the production of diagrams that offer visual narratives and analytics of social, organizational, and urban phenomena. Through examples and reflections, Ciuccarelli analyses the role of data visualization in current design practice, pointing out some insights on how, and mostly why, visualizations are devices for cognitive exploration of complex phenomena.
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