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Simon Kuestenmacher Apr 19
The Histomap was published in 1931 and visualizes 4,000 years of the of global power. Still one of the best out there. Source:
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Simon Kuestenmacher Apr 19
The world's largest islands visualized. Fun little by
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Mike Delgado 🤗❤️📊 Apr 19
Choosing the right chart for your data 💻📈📊🤔
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Randy Olson 6h
2016 U.S. Presidential results if abstention from voting was counted as a vote for “Nobody.”
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Simon Kuestenmacher Apr 21
Clever by shows how different income groups spend their spare time. The very rich play , the somewhat rich do , the average go and , the somewhat poor write for fun, the poor watch religious TV shows. Source:
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Cole Knaflic 9h
My guiding principles: 1. Be clear on intent 2. The right graph creates an "aha" moment 3. Don't overcomplicate 4. Get rid of the non-essential 5. Make it clear where to look 6. Words make a graph accessible 7. Audience trumps all else
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Randy Olson Apr 25
Age of the oldest verified living person, 1960-2018.
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Randy Olson Apr 23
Cinematic Universe: 2008-2018 (pre-Infinity War) Node size = time on-screen, edge size = time spent on screen together.
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Simon Kuestenmacher Apr 20
Very cool shows what happens to 1 kg of coffee cherries before they are finally turned into roasted beans. Source:
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Taylor Baldwin Apr 22
Excited to finally release this 3D interactive that renders all 47K buildings in Manhattan. Best on desktop Chrome! 😬
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Daneel Olivaw Apr 17
geom_stramline() now plays well with gganimate. Watch the winds blow. (Code below)
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Resource Watch Apr 25
On use trusted and timely data from to monitor the planet's pulse. Explore now:
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Joshua Stevens Apr 23
Can't believe this is my first time seeing this. Such a clean, clear design: by
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Simon Kuestenmacher Apr 19
shows how herd immunity works. Vaccines save lives - not just your own but the ones of others too! Source:
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Duc Quang Nguyen Apr 24
& folks - can now preview code! 🎉📊👍 interface to d3 via r2d3, 🤓. Looks very promising, no idea this was coming. RStudio moving further as an ubiquitous data IDE
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Claus Wilke Apr 16
I just posted two new preview chapters for my book. 1. Multi-panel figures
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Michael Peters Apr 24
An experimental data visualization of financial data, using animated 'tendrils'. Wave height, phase, color, width and depth are all mapped to data attributes.
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Frank Elavsky 23h
I am improving a I found in the wild. I'll show you what I think are common mistakes and what to consider when designing good visualizations. Increase interest, cognition, & retention with these tips. Thanks to & (even though I didn't ask, heh)
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Cole Knaflic Apr 23
It's today! What are your top , , and book recommendations? I'll start with a few of mine (not a comprehensive list!).
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Michael Fisher Apr 22
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