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Xan Gregg
Graphs, Data, Coding, Math. Data visualization development director for JMP at SAS. Views my own.
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Xan Gregg Aug 19
Replying to @DrJasonBrinkley
Nice attention to detail on the coloring (and quotation marks).
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Xan Gregg Aug 19
This may be the best way to use for comparison: showing the whole and highlighting a couple changes (diabetes and dementia).
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Jason Brinkley Aug 18
Talked to this week about using his visual from . CDC Death data from Kaggle, compare 2005 to 2014.
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Xan Gregg Aug 17
is coming and I don't have a graph! How fast can I make one from scratch?
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Melinda Thielbar Aug 15
Packed bar poster by from !
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David Burnham Aug 13
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Xan Gregg Aug 11
Awesome
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Xan Gregg Aug 11
Replying to @jschwabish
I guess column chart covers a broad range 😀. I was coming from a (statistical) dot plot, where each mark is a data cell with some X binning.
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Xan Gregg Aug 11
If your dot plot is too tall, do you flatten the dots to make a "pancake plot"?
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Xan Gregg Aug 11
Replying to @justinmosiman
How could I leave out the awesome option where JMP will figure out which labels to display based on country area and label overlap???
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Xan Gregg Aug 11
The size limit is now 10M, so animate away!
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Xan Gregg Aug 11
Made this post collecting 3 GIFs for making geographic maps, now linked to ChartMaker Directory.
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Xan Gregg Aug 11
Creating a choropleth map in . It's only 2 steps, so I added some (projection-aware) zooming and panning for fun.
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Xan Gregg Aug 10
The bus-tracker app I use for sorts news items by month, then day, and *then* year. (I suppose it's really sorting as text.)
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Xan Gregg Aug 8
Replying to @JobvdZwan
Thanks. And I didn't know about 'when' in WolframAlpha.
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Xan Gregg Aug 8
humor based on a real exchange: Q: How far do I have to scroll my log axis to get to negative numbers? A: To infinity and beyond!
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Xan Gregg Aug 7
I ran into that limit, too. Will see if it can be raised. I got around it by reducing the number of colors (w/ ).
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Xan Gregg Aug 7
I wondering how much I can put in these GIFs before needing captions (or mp4 audio). I like your circling cursor technique, Chelsea.
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Xan Gregg Aug 7
Creating a bullet chart with a floating hash mark in .
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Xan Gregg Aug 6
Creating a few how-to GIFs for 's ChartMaker Directory. Here's a clustered bar chart.
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