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Title
23747
You're all wrong. This is why it happened.
15047
Saved by a Good Samaritan
26674
North and South Korea agree to carry single flag at Winter Olympics and field joint women's ice hockey team
36845
PsBattle: A jewel in the sea
9483
KRAKATOA!!!
44330
Antelope running down the highway
8345
Web of Lies
10310
What a nice dad
12598
Need to watch the Bee Movie but don't want stupid pop ups or viruses? Just go to pornhub instead.
9382
What’s the worst case of bad parenting you’ve ever witnessed?
20115
Conservative diet
52404
Majestic cloud
5315
If Aziz Ansari's Accuser Gave Performance Reviews
12291
To slam dunk
19602
Sunflowers taken in South East Queensland, Australia [OC] [6165x3765]
18187
It wasn't good.
7934
Golfer's club breaks
27775
TIL that Brad Pitt once tried to buy himself out of the movie ‘Interview with the Vampire’. Upon hearing about the 40M$ exit clause, he shot the movie. It went on to receive 2 Oscar nominations and launched Kirsten Dunst’s career
19031
Invisible jet
21121
CryptoNick is deleting all of his BitConnect videos, and so are his buddies. Please never forget what he and his cohorts did to so many people, and how much money those people lost in the process thanks to CryptoNick, Trevon James, and Craig Grant!
14740
Anna K
8003
pOLice ofFicer muRDeRS bLACk MaN aT LOcaL gymNAsiuM
11684
The Green Monster
6018
Tell 'em, G
19398
When the cops show up to a party and my white friend says "I'll talk to them."
8425
Dr. Barry Marshall, incredible way to win a Nobel Prize
12055
Tight leash
4444
Posted on NFL's Facebook page
5062
Children Of The Sex Trade (2014) - This exceptional film follows two young sisters in the Philippines who help former Australian police and Special Forces officers rescue underage girls from sex bars.
14973
Scientists celebrate after inventing the first projector (1895, colourised)
8887
Lies, damned lies, and statistics
16840
What did he just do?
6967
... Why?
15501
2meirl4meirl
27448
You bought the wrong paper towel asshole
12960
I have just received the Best and saddest birthday card I’ve ever had. It brought a little tear to my eye!
3821
Vixen, watercolor, 9x12"
15820
upstairs gay neighbour
3348
You’re the most tasty
8216
He said what?!!
4036 saintnicster For a second there, I thought they were just going to remove all the data.
2488 KwyjiBoojum You can pry my gridlines from my cold, dead hands.
1645 Pteraspidomorphi Colors/shading are fine and often necessary. Without them, it becomes difficult to quickly glance through a line without risking an accidental jump into a different line. Outer border depends on what surrounds the table (use it if you need it). I'd still have tweaked the padding further in the resulting table. Grids and alignments advice is good.
413 RandyHoward > Round the numbers, then round the numbers more To quote myself from [the last time this was posted](https://www.reddit.com/r/Design/comments/221b91/flipping_tables_with_a_less_is_more_mentality/cgipqc1/)... Please don't do this. If someone gives you data to put into a table you, as a designer, should not be altering the data. If you want to suggest rounding the numbers to whoever is in charge that's cool, but don't go changing this kind of stuff without first seeking permission.
960 Avenflar So shitting on Calibri is the new fad ?
2099 Tymanthius No, always leave the fill lines. Many ppl need them to read across the chart - like me.
515 roadrunnersk I disagree with some of this, but ok.
657 phatboye That precision annoyed the crap out of me. But rounding numbers is not always the correct thing to do. Even if rounding the numbers makes the chart look better I don't agree with that. In some cases rounding is ok but not in *all* cases.
245 spilk This advice is really only suitable for something to be put in a Powerpoint presentation
176 Baloomf How to apply minimalist design to a data table that doesn't need it.
65 nukii Removing repetition is aesthetically pleasing but actually makes the table harder to use.
65 Evsie "put white space to work" = make your data unsortable. Fine for presentations, I guess, but not if you actually need to use the data for anything.
300 thearss1 Making the data inaccurate isn't a good thing. Rearranging it might have made it more aesthetically pleasing but harder to read. I shouldn't have to track it with anything other than my eyes. That's what the bars do, removing them increases the margin of error. Please people don't do this.