Visual storytelling’s power comes from the ability to convey a lot of information at a glance. I would argue that a tactile pop-up book is able to convey even more information. Visual Storytelling applied to educational world statistics Mikael Jern1, Linnea Stenliden2 1NCVA Linköping University, Sweden e-mail: mikael.jern@liu.se 2 Social and Welfare Studies, Linköping University, Sweden , e-mail: linnea.stenliden@liu.se Abstract We present innovative visualization that focuses on the most ancient of social rituals: “storytelling” – There’s a sense of scale and wonder you get with 3D representations that two dimensions can never quite cover. Introducing Statistical Visual Storytelling.

Storytelling – how to visualize statistics Mikael Jern1, Marie Haldorson2, Lars Thygensen3 1NCVA Linköping University, Sweden e-mail: mikael.jern@liu.se 2Statistics Sweden, e-mail: marie.haldorson@scb.se 3Statistics Denmark, e-mail: lth@dst.dk Abstract We present our latest research that focuses on the most ancient of social rituals: Now we know that statistics don’t always tell us the whole story because of selective intentions, bad static storytelling is just dull and difficult to understand and pure visual storytelling doesn’t have reliable inception.