source: https://www.economist.com/blogs/graphicdetail/2017/10/daily-chart-9 This is a very simple visualization. However, I like that they have used the date of birth rather than the age for this visualization. It clearly shows the wide range of data distribution.
source : https://architizer.com/blog/most-photographed-locations/ This map has similar distribution to the other characteristics such as population density or income.Specially location is a tourist destination, it is more likely to photograph and share online.
source: http://www.sugarstacks.com/beverages.htm?utm_source=DesignTAXI&utm_medium=DesignTAXI&utm_term=DesignTAXI&utm_content=DesignTAXI&utm_campaign=DesignTAXI I think most of the food does not show the what it contain. Even though there is a text description on contains, most of the people ignore that or does not read it. I think this type of visualization… Continue Reading →
source: https://www.citylab.com/equity/2015/07/mapping-the-us-by-property-value-instead-of-land-area/397841/ This map uses the property value to resize the areas. It shows that areas close to the sea is larger compared to the areas middle of the country. However, I find it is difficult to identify the areas by… Continue Reading →
source: https://medium.com/@sohanmurthy/visualizing-americas-health-care-deserts-675f4502c4e1 source: http://flowingdata.com/2013/08/27/in-search-of-food-deserts I like these maps draw attention to where the problem is severe. However, the first map does not provide enough information (in text) to understand the graph. If the visualization is not self explained, it is important to… Continue Reading →
source: https://visual.ly/community/infographic/geography/life-expectancy-birth When I first look at the visualization, I was not sure why designer has to used cures for each country rather than straight bars. It is easy to read the distance if it is linear. However, most of the… Continue Reading →
source: https://www.wired.com/2015/04/see-diseases-spread-mesmerizing-graphics/ This map shows the global distribution of H1N1 from its origin (Hanoi). The visual does not use any map but this design helpful to identify the flow.
source: https://visual.ly/community/infographic/food/different-types-wine I like the color combination for different types of wine. The space has been used nicely. Using a large wine image attracts the attention.
source: https://www.behance.net/gallery/6659287/Agricultural-infographics-Tutorial I like that this pie chart has pictures to identify the categories. The 3D view is helpful to place the image on the visualization.
source: http://flowingdata.com/2010/06/07/san-francisco-crime-mapped-as-elevation/ The crime map used the satellite image to identify the areas. I like this visualization as location and the level of the crime can be easily identified.
source: https://world.twingly.com/ I like this visualization provide interactive real time data visualization. Mostly blogging is dominated in north american, Europe and Japan.
source: http://www.who.int/health_financing/topics/financial-protection/monitoring-data/en/ This graph is from WHO website. I find it is very difficult to read the information from the graph as figure is small and contains lot of information. Some of the information is not correct as I am aware… Continue Reading →
source: http://f2017cpsc683.ucalgaryblogs.ca/wp-admin/post-new.php In this visualization, it is not possible to identify the different counties. However, main point of the authors is to convey that age of first child birth has been increased between 1995 to 2015. So, this simple graph properly… Continue Reading →
source: https://www.flightradar24.com/DAL5882/f276a4e I like this data representation as it is possible quickly understand how much busy each area. Also, by clicking on a flight, it is possible to track the flight. This is a good way of interactive data visualization.
source: https://ij-healthgeographics.biomedcentral.com/track/pdf/10.1186/1476-072X-10-18?site=ij-healthgeographics.biomedcentral.com The combination of the map with other data visualization technique is helpful to show multiple information in single image. I like this visualization as this allows to provide ways of attaching labels, thematic map, and other graphs.
source: http://f2017cpsc683.ucalgaryblogs.ca/wp-admin/post-new.php I like the color theme use for all different visualization. Using black in the map helpful to focus the attention compared to using dark red.
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.
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.
Finding the best root is complex as there are multiple options are available. I like the way they used red to indicates the route as it draws attention to the path. However, the direction is not mentioned. source: https://www.facebook.com/esrigis/photos/a.433181450280.217127.211211155280/10155595669630281/?type=3&theater
This graph can be considered as qualitative data visualization. Common categories are clearly visualized in the graph. Book covers have been used to visualize the books.
In this graph, spatial distribution and time properly visualized. The green background is appropriate as this visualization is on trees. source: https://ubersuper.com/the-earths-oldest-trees/
This poster shows 3D infographic elements. I like that they have use the paper as surface and all the elements follow the base layer. source:https://graphicriver.net/item/infographics-design-elements/4676313?ref=pinterest&clickthrough_id=1093900214&redirect_back=true
I like this graph summarized different types of data visualization. source: http://www.coolinfographics.com/blog/2015/9/1/how-to-think-visually.html
The difference between equality vs equity has been clearly visualize in these graphics. Both of the graphics are based on the same concept. These figures clearly indicates that equity is important than equality. source: https://healthequity.globalpolicysolutions.org/about-health-equity/ source: http://www.montana.edu/cairhe/news-events/article.html?id=16448
seasonal differences in diseases is nicely visualize in this graph. I like that they have used the sun to indicate different seasons. source: http://newsroom.cumc.columbia.edu/blog/2015/06/08/data-scientists-find-connections-between-birth-month-and-health/
This graph contain links as well as different types of bar graphs. I like that zooming out would provide more information. source: http://circos.ca/intro/genomic_data/
It is difficult to create a map to represent real world in a digital map. Different layers is helpful to clearly visualize selected properties.
This map does not include scale or accurate direction. However, it is easy to understand for general public.
It is difficult use label to identify all the countries in the graph. They have selected useful countries related to the study/purpose. source:
Labels has been successfully used to identify each data point. If color or symbols were to used, it is difficult to identify each metropolitan areas.
Statistics Canada has been used new data visualization technique to map internal migration flows in Canada. Some of the color selection, such as green is difficult to distinguish. Even though, graphs as produced for two age categories, it is difficult… Continue Reading →
Simple data visualization technique can be used to confirm new theories. The following data visualization has been successfully used to put forward the epidemiologic transition theory. As this figure has been published in 1971, the author had to used black… Continue Reading →
Correlation does not confirm the causality. Data analysis techniques and visualizations generate a misleading conclusion. The visualization technique or data quality does not improve the accuracy of finding. The following figures shows the high correlation between chocolate consumption and Nobel… Continue Reading →
Color selection for satellite image classification follows familiar colours to human eyes such was water in blue and vegetation in green. The accuracy assessment is very important for satellite image classifications. These data visualization does not indicate the accuracy. On… Continue Reading →
The simple visualization provided a very useful information to identify the sources of Cholera. This is a good example how data visualization is helpful to prevent a major disease outbreak such as Cholera. source:https://www1.udel.edu/johnmack/frec682/cholera/
This online tool provide facilitate colour selection in particular for maps. Also, the main advantage is that it is capable to suggest appropriate colours selection for colour blind people http://colorbrewer2.org/#type=qualitative&scheme=Dark2&n=3