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Dr. Torsten Sprenger Apr 19
My 16|2019 contribution: Redesign 'Women in Research' (minimalistic) Code:
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Melike Dönertaş Apr 15
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Emil Malta Apr 16
Starting out with recreating the "better graphs" from this . I never was a fan of the Economist theme, so I'm using the fivethirthyeight one, I think it's prettier.
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Melike Dönertaş Apr 15
My first contribution to ! Recreating a plot, I used dual y-axes for the first time - not sure if this is the best way to do it, any suggestions? moving axis labels to top was also not straightforward, better solutions? code:
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Jon Cole Apr 17
Recreated my fave of the plots, despite the repetition. Still pondering the formatting of x and y axes though
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Jerrick Tram Apr 15
From the past 3 years, the opinions on Brexit shifted in favor of disapproval. The Economist initially botched the graph before improving so we're recreating the better version in this . I finally got to using blogdown as well. Code:
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Aditya Mangal Apr 17
Re-visualizing Economist's visualizations as part of my weekly project. New blog post including all the other visualizations from the post - by is fun!! 🙃
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Nick Apr 16
#1 for the week: Two plots about published women researchers. The first shows what percent of published researchers come from each country within each field. The second shows what percent of published research each field represents within each country.
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Harro Cyranka 🔎 Apr 16
, week 16. My contribution to the make over of the Economist. For BREXIT, aggregated the data by month, and plotted the difference in means. For Brazil pensions, changed title, decreased labels, and used a line to show the average.
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Jake Kaupp Apr 12
Busy planning a 6 year birthday party and making pokeballs pushed this late into the week. A look at cumulative major wins by age for each player with more than one major win.
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Kathleen Cachel Apr 16
My first attempt with the ! Revamping a plot from . I focused on a few regions and played with bars and and a line to show how research is male dominated. Code here: . Thanks for sharing the data and Viz !
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Sil Aarts Apr 15
Sometimes all you can do is...code... First SankeyNetwork ever. Now all I need is a website to show this interactive graph 🙈. My scientific papers should also be included in the % below (Health sciences). Code: Source: The Economist
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Emil Malta Apr 16
Replying to @emilmalta
My favorite thing about working in R is honestly to clean and tidy messy datasets, so I try and load raw data whenever I can. I'm real grateful for tidy and janitor.
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Melike Dönertaş Apr 15
Replying to @melikedonertas
this is my attempt to visualize the same data code:
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Allison Horst Apr 16
Bad graphs? Hold my beer. goals today: 1) have fun, 2) try📦cowplot for graph layout (😍), 3) make reference graph for stuff I always forget. Making the WORST requires creativity + learning w/o stress about creating "good" outputs.
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Otho Apr 17
For this I tried to tackle the plot "Still a man's world", which is left as an open question in this very interesting blog post by Source blog post 🗞️ : code 👨‍💻:
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Sam Prohaska Apr 15
Used for this week's ! Drill down by both country and academic field, and hopefully learn a bit about the sorry state of women's representation in academic publishing. live chart: code:
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Otho Apr 5
365 days cycling in Seattle 🚴‍♂️🚴‍♀️🚴‍♂️🚴‍♀️ For this I tried to make a big poster with bike measurements for every day in 2017, to practice a bit layouts of heavily faceted plots. data:
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Dr. Torsten Sprenger Apr 9
My 15|2019 contribution: Grand Slam results (w.r.t. year, tournament and final round) of some of the best female and male tennis players in modern era Code:
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Emily Kuehler Apr 9
Made a bar chart race using for , inspired by code available here:
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