SF Chronicle adds data viz editor

Aaron Williams will board the San Francisco Chronicle next month as data visualization editor. Williams joins the Chronicle from The Center for Investigative Reporting's Reveal, where he has been a news applications developer.

"Hey! Some personal news. I'll be joining the @sfchronicle as its data visualization editor starting in June. Ain't that something?" he tweets, later adding, "@CIRonline taught me a lot. I'm thankful to everyone here. It's been an amazing two years."

"Super excited that @aboutaaron is joining our team here @sfchronicle. Can't wait for your arrival!" reacts the Chronicle's web designer Michael Grant.

"Congratulations! That is great news. Looking forward to seeing the changes you'll bring," responds predecessor Frank Mina, now with the Seattle Times.

Williams replies, "you left some big shoes to fill! That said, I definitely look to taking the challenge on. Def in debt to your work there."

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