Visual Response 7

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In this data visualization, “they examined chyrons (the text at the bottom of the screen) from three major cable networks: CNN, Fox, and MSNBC. By looking at the words and phrases used between August 25, 2017, and January 21, 2018, we can get a sense of the differences in how each network covers the news and how a viewer’s perception of the world might change depending on which one they watch.” The showed this kind of data by plotting each word as a dot on this triangle, and when you clicked on the point, you can know how many things that each cable used. In addition, bigger dot will represent a higher times. The last but not least, we can also search any interesting words in this visualization.

One thing not good is that we can not easily find the highest time. Because in this triangle graph, we can only know find the proportion of the word uses by three cables.

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