p. 1139: Proposing the term “data stories,” which differ from stories in text and film with “a set of events in a tightly controlled progression.” Stories with data can “be interactive, inviting verification, new questions, and alternative explanations.”

p. 1139: Outline seven genres of narrative visualization: magazine style, annotated chart, partitioned poster, flow chart, comic strip, slide show, and video.

p. 1147:

As our understanding of narrative visualization improves, it also opens up new opportunities for visualization tool research. How should we extend visual analysis applications to enable storytelling Interfaces that combine visualization construction with the specification of narrative structure, textual/graphical annotation, visual highlighting techniques, transitions, and interactive controls could have a transformative impact on the medium, so long as they can be used by data domain experts, not just technology experts.