I saw this “SQL joins as Venn diagrams” image on this Twitter page. To give attribution to the original author, it appears to have been created by C.L. Moffatt and documented in this Visual Representation of SQL Joins article. However, this article makes the case that Venn diagrams are not an accurate description of SQL joins.
My new favorite website (ITHare.com) has this terrific infographic that demonstrates that all CPU operations are not equal.
This image is from an article on shiftelearning.com titled, “Studies confirm the power of visuals in eLearning.” Whenever I get it finished, I suspect that my new book on Scala and functional programming will be one of the most visual FP books ever written, so I’m trying to learn as much about “visual aids in learning” as I can.
I’m sure there must be other ways to mathematically see these differences, but I agree with the general concept that it can be easy to be misled by data. (Image from this Twitter page.)
How big is your data? This slide comes from this Twitter page.
This infographic shows a lot of information about mindfulness and meditation by using shapes, colors, and font sizes. From Information is Beautiful.