source: https://ourworldindata.org/health-meta/ I think this graph presents a lot of information. As most of the colours are similar, it is difficult to identify each categories. I would reconsider the design in order to provide different categories.
source: https://ourworldindata.org/health-meta/ I like this graph as each country is shown one arrow. If average line was used, it is difficult to understand progress of individual counties. However, this type of visualization assume that the change is linear.
From flowingdata.com. I thought this was interesting in terms of subject matter, and the bright colours caught my eye! I wish I could choose fun colours for my project but that just seems inappropriate…
I’m tweaking my visualization to prep for Tuesday, and this one actually made me say “holy crap! I didn’t realize that!” Insight from data I’ve been staring at for almost 2 years. Nice.
http://onformative.com/work/4010-facebook-tree This image is based on the data retrieved using Facebook’s Graph-API over four years time. A set of hybrid generative and organic tree was used to represent branches and leaves of the tree using a collection of algorithm inspired by biological… Continue Reading →
While this is not a data visualization, I’ve been looking up a bit of literature from Tufte, specifically on Graphical Excellence. Here’s one little tidbit I came across.
November 29 A beautiful book of data visualizations. “As a consequence of the award in Hestia Artistic Journey Contest I had the pleasure of collaborating with ERGO Hestia Group on the 2016 year’s issue of the Annual Report. The solution I proposed involves a… Continue Reading →