More informative (and visual) bibliography sections

Not long ago I shared in AEA365 (that place that is turning out to be my evaluation “diary”), my thoughts about how bibliography sections included at the end of every article, book or report could be more evolve into more interesting, informative and...
Catalogue of Likert-Type Scales

Catalogue of Likert-Type Scales

This is one of the typical projects I do just for fun. My evaluator-friend Steve Powell (@stevepowell99) told me he had thought of gathering a catalogue of ways to present scales, so I told him I was in, and we came up with this infographic. Likert-type scales, also...
How charts lie: Alberto Cairo explains it

How charts lie: Alberto Cairo explains it

I think the first person that made me discover Data Visualization, back in 2011, was Alberto Cairo via his active twitter account (@AlbertoCairo).  I remember how his plain language in twitter and his blog helped me understand the basics quite quickly, so my visual...
Playing with AEA Evaluator Competencies

Playing with AEA Evaluator Competencies

Those who know me are aware that when I want to explore something, I literally play with it visually.AEA is being working on the Evaluators’ Competencies for a while now (since 2015) and asking for feedback, and after having met Susan Tucker in the EES...