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contain either no data or data alongside other illustrations, like photographs. Data visualization is not equivalent to ‘data journalism’ or ‘data-driven journalism’, but such forms of journalism often include data visualization as a tool for storytelling ( Loosen et al. 2017 ). Data visualizations come in a wide range of graphical forms. To illustrate the object of study, Figure 1 shows just one of many examples: an interactive data visualization concerning traindelays, published on the news site of the major Norwegian tabloid Verdens Gang. Based on data collected