source: https://visual.ly/blog/sports-data-visualization-vs-television/ I like the combination of a image with data visualization. New technology is helpful to collect different types of information. These new information can to be visualized using creative methods.
source: https://www.analyticsvidhya.com/blog/2015/05/data-visualization-resource/ This figure does not have any number but it clearly shows the areas need to be covered. I like the way colour and 3D view of the boxes as it helpful to easily understand the visualization.
source: https://www.wsj.com/articles/were-working-more-hoursand-watching-more-tv-1435187603 I like this visualization draws the attention as they have human figure. Also, the different part of the body has matched to different activities.
Music.ly is an app that I recently discovered, and think it’s a good app to waste some time on. Here is a visualization of the most recently trending hashtags from top to bottom.
source: http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci/content/stats/index.html More and more people use data visualization techniques in sport. Even though, batmen change the wicket when they play, in this visualization uses the single origin. I like that method as it makes it easy to understand.
source:http://www.jdbn.fr/sans-libre%C2%AD-arbitre-pas-dastrologie-qui-tienne-par-sophie-keller-astrologue-conseil/ I think horoscope is a way of data visualization in old days. People were groups into different categories based on the birth time. The visualization is universally similar for various countries.
UPDATE: Talking to Your Ex: One year of text messages, emails, and gchat post-breakup By: Lam Thuy Vo http://vis4me.com/portfolio/quantified-breakup/, Linked October 2017 I think this visualization is very plain and straightforward. There are many interesting expects that could have been added… Continue Reading →
InVision has a great article on how to pick a good color palette for a data vis. They also talk about different challenges when picking colors when there are many varying marks to encode. Can you easily tell the… Continue Reading →