I saw this on /r/dataisbeautiful – I like the way it shows a range of values, in “lanes” corresponding to a month.The data is aggregated over 66 years, but still shows patterns, extremes, and norms. via https://www.reddit.com/r/dataisbeautiful/comments/71r4gj/max_daily_temperatures_in_mountain_view_ca/
Playing with tools from stage direction to visualize groups of people and spatial arrangement.
First, hesitant sketch of the data. I picked a subset to start – classes on mondays during f2017 – and explored with an aggregate timeline.
From the New York Times – damage to individual buildings from hurricanes on St. Martin / Sint Maarten. I’d be curious to see population density as well.
I got this after getting some blood work done. 2 samples do not make a very useful line graph.
census data on “high earners” by province. Globe and Mail made a chart of raw numbers, but it’s misleading without the “what proportion of the population is that?” per-thousand-residents calculation… Update: I made a quick version using Les’ calculations:
Students “vote with their feet” during a session in the TI. human-scale visualization of… what?
Hand-drawing a map of the world from memory under time constraint is hard…