NYTimes: Hope vs. Crisis

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    This is a visualization of the frequency of the words 'hope' and 'crisis' in the New York Times, between 1981 and 2009.

    The visualization reads like a clock, where 12pm is 1981 and 12 midnight is January 1, 2009.

    Interestingly, the word 'crisis' has surpassed 'hope' on only a handful of occasions. Most cleary, in August of 1990 in April of 1999, and most clearly and substantially - right now.

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    1. placenamehere 63 months ago | reply

      fantastic resulting image with this one

    2. chumworth 18 months ago | reply

      Hi Jer,

      Just discovered your work. Fascinating stuff.

      We used this image in a story about the art of Big Data: www.itworld.com/big-datahadoop/304547/art-big-data

      Thanks!

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