Looking for a weekend read to dig your teeth into? You could do much worse than Jason Forrest's latest dive into the history of data visualization - The Missing Legacy of Marie Neurath.

Marie Neurath was the wife of Otto Neurath, inventor of Isotype. But her influence on and work with the Isotype language is frequently undercredited. "While Otto Neurath pushed for its international adoption, Marie was the master who put it into practice," writes Jason.

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The Missing Legacy of Marie Neurath
Historical credit is often hard to assign, and with the story of the Isotype is it even more cloudy. While there is no question that Otto Neurath invented, directed, and drove the evolution of the…