Editor’s Note: The following is a guest post from data visualization engineer and data analyst Zan Armstrong.
As humans, our lives are filled with routines, habits and schedules. There are times that we wake up, go to school or work, or to the gym. We have routines around coffee breaks, rush hour traffic, meetings and soccer games.
Yet, there are some things that break our routines. Many families have a story of the baby that was born minutes after Dad’s heroic drive to the hospital, speeding across town in the middle of the night; or the sister or brother who almost died but for a last-minute C-section that saved their life; or the friend who labored for 27 painful hours before the little one finally came out./.../