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comment Should either the area or the length of a square be proportional to the data that is being visualized?
David - that's my edit! Rafael's original post said "if you are using a side, the area would be 4 times the value". If you know a better way to clarify that please do.
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comment What's the name of this kind of typography combining multiple words into a shape?
Glad you mentioned 'tag cloud'. The Wikipedia article on tag clouds has a good overview of the history of these graphics.
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comment Should either the area or the length of a square be proportional to the data that is being visualized?
The 'proportional to the amount of color on the page' is a very useful rule-of-thumb (at least in 2D); thanks for that I will be using it. The design I'm moving to is based on circles, I think you are right there