Image courtesy of the Pew Research Center.

The Pew Research Center recently released a report about how scientists and the public differ in terms of their views of science and society. It’s a lengthy report, but the information is made more palatable through the use of data visualization. By breaking up the different ideas into separate horizontal stacked bar graphs, the reader is given a break from the monotony of reading a long document. This is a great way to handle larger, more technical articles that can become tedious to read. It also gives the reader a way to go back and review the key ideas without having to search through the pages of data.

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