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Sarah Bartlett Jun 18
spotted in the toilets at ! There’s no getting away from it 😂
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Lisha Dai Jun 18
Living in Finland, it is very easy to surround by lakes and nature. So here I create a list of the countries that I have been to and compare their forest rate. This dataviz is based on the forest rate of different countries from Wikipedia.
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Mara Averick Jun 15
ICYMI, 🎨 Fun idea, and 👍 post, too! 📺 "Introducing {tvthemes}: ggplot2 palettes & themes from your favorite TV shows!" by
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Daniel Spenrath 20m
Consumer debt composition
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John Burn-Murdoch Jun 18
Random / observation: This great piece from & is the latest in a trend of stories that use mini-maps to tell a powerful story about geography, *without* using a contiguous, countrywide interactive map. This is good.
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Mark Bradbourne 2h
Let play “Spot The Issue!”
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Vince Baumel 2h
There’s a number of things in this that make me uncomfortable...
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Rapid Insight 11h
Students switch majors all the time, but can you take that data & visualize their migration? —Vijay Bharathwaj of leverages Veera to prep data, then R & Shiny to build attractive charts for deeper knowledge of student behavior.
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Daniel Spenrath Jun 23
Most dangerous activity for children is riding in a car. Thousands die each year.
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mrgoodpicks 11h
Going into the lab for to do some on the sleepers this week
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Stéphane Helleringer Jun 17
Next time a journal editor desk-rejects your paper based on data collected in an African country because it's "not of sufficient general interest", send along one of these two amazing from just released World Population Prospects
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Jan Willem Tulp 5h
just came across this from 2015 by and I think it's a very cleverly designed piece!
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Eric Topol Jun 19
As you read this, you're activating networks of your 100 trillion connections text and by w/ Danielle Bassett
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dotlah Jun 20
Tips For Doing Visualisation
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Will Hipson 10h
What does it look like to simulate the emotion dynamics of 500 people? What happens if we simulate a negative event? Here's a sneak peak of an upcoming blog post! (bad stuff happens at Time = 150).
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Sonja Kuijpers | STUDIO TERP 🏳️‍🌈 Jun 19
"I give you a glimpse of the darkness in me." I just published my latest very personal project which is a combination of and . Took a very different approach to the data than usual.
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Randy Olson Jun 20
World perceptions on . (Note the color scale.) Not the greatest from a design perspective (poor color scale), but interesting data nonetheless.
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allisonssd 11h
I created a blog to keep track of my data visualization submissions and progress. Check it out (and be kind because I'm self-taught)!
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Steven Kelly Jun 23
Chart Crime of the Week goes to the St. Louis Fed (left). The same data re-plotted (2nd image) without a truncated y axis tells a very different story. Capital levels are a very small piece of dynamics.
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Data Mustard 34m
Tiger Woods has made the cut in 91% of events he has entered and has the highest earning per event on an average. We had a lot of fun visualizing the data.
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