Every data project goes through an embryonic Wordle stage. There’s a point where you’ve spent a few hours futzing with code, are many more hours away from whatever you were trying to build, and feel
aw, screw it, let’s make some pictures
In that spirit: headlines from the Guardian and the Mail, these past couple of days:
The somewhat less pointless use of the data will come When I Get Round To It™ — which, given current circumstances, might not be for quite some time.