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Mara Averick Jun 6
Still one of the 🐐 troves of viz knowledge around! A veritable education: "Visualization Analysis & Design" w/ all 's talks 🎉!
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Robert Orr 🌎 Jun 10
Made an animation of the US's top sources of refugees by country since 2000. Wouldn't have guessed that Burma is #1.
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Lance Alan Miller - Data Jun 12
California Migration Patterns [2007 - 2016]. source: IRS U.S. Population Migration Data Net Count by County inflows/outflows u/newishtodc
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Centre for Humanitarian Data Jun 10
is on the brink of a major humanitarian crisis with another severe drought. At least 2.2 million are likely to be acutely food insecure by July 2019. Explore the -->
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Mara Averick Jun 14
🧐 Oh my… This chart is something. , they must've really studied "How Charts Lie" to nail this one! ht
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Tyler Morgan-Wall Jun 13
Visualizing big data? Pft, that's so 2018. Have you heard about tiny data viz? 🤔
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Simon Evans Jun 12
V proud to finally share this: How the UK transformed its electricity supply in just a decade A HUGE effort over >1yr, combining 6 datasets, 1,000s of lines of code, 100s of 1,000s of datapoints & the amazing skills of Enjoy!
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Pol Ferrando Jun 7
BBC Visual and Data Journalism cookbook for R graphics.
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Alberto Cairo Jun 10
New post: Thoughts and readings about visualization critique:
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Lionel Page Jun 14
What’s really warming the World? Great by Bloomberg ht
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George Firican Jun 7
Interesting visualization on where people feel different things in their bodies.
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FX Coudert Jun 7
Hi folks, I'm looking for a diverging colormap for scatter plot with values that can be negative or positive. We used “seismic” so far, but the white points become invisible. What choice do you recommend? “coolwarm” and “spectral” are a bit dull in contrast
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Alex Coppock Jun 14
Easily the most fun I had writing this year was working on this book chapter about visualizations for randomized experiments. Draft: Code: Thread!
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Randy Olson Jun 9
Top 25 cities in the world with the most pleasant days in the year. Red=hot, blue=cold, green=pleasant This is a really neat way to display this data! Source:
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Neil Kaye Jun 7
Daily UK mean temperature between 2010 and 2019. The back line shows the 1981-2010 average for each day of the year.
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Mara Averick Jun 13
ICYMI, 🧐 's plotly book covers all sorts of interesting stuff I never knew existed… 📒 "Interactive web-based data visualization w/ R, plotly, and shiny"
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Wipro Digital Jun 11
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Jonni Walker Jun 14
To help promote I created a in and (Best viewed on a Tablet or Desktop)
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Jon Brock Jun 13
Remember that study claiming that gut bacteria from autistic kids cause "autism-like" behaviour in mice? I had some fun with and . It's pretty illuminating...
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Jessica Fjeld Jun 11
Have you been following the tide of principles from government, industry, and civil society around the 🌎? We have! Pleased to share a draft for your feedback:
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