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Informations displays are everywhere! is usually considered as a language for building back-end systems, but it is also suited for “ pictures” — turning data into compelling displays and visualizations. Anthony will explore this topic using three tools: SVGo, OpenVG library, and dec, with examples from sports, developer data, IT diagrams, flyers, stock data, persona views, time/weather/news, and general charting. Anthony will also introduce the notion of the “universal canvas” (ucan), as the framework for building information displays and visualizations. 7 points posted by drogo