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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 Dec 6
My opponent started this Scrabble game with 4 bingos (using all 7 letters)! Almost as amazing, I was only 50 points down with 2 bingos of my own and a 72 pt ZESTS.
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Xan Gregg Dec 5
Another packed bubbles to packed bars makeover. "Tax Bill’s Automatic Spending Cuts" bubbles from
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Xan Gregg Dec 5
Replying to @cjdinger
Nice to have the data-driven label placement, but I've never seen much value in labeling every point in a graph. Can I just have it label the points of interest, such as the extrema?
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Xan Gregg Dec 4
Replying to @storywithdata @wisevis
Nested mosaic/marimekko chart? Not bad for two variables; goes downhill with more. Or four-fold chart from .
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Xan Gregg Dec 4
Kudos to 's Russ Wolfinger, atop the leaderboard once again, this time for the prize.
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Xan Gregg Dec 2
Replying to @wisevis
New one on me. Baloney chart?
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Xan Gregg Dec 1
Holiday fundraising campaign is already adding a spike to the cumulative totals for 2017, on top of a stronger than usual Oct/Nov. (years are overlaid)
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Xan Gregg Dec 1
A remake by without the F&F correlation component:
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Xan Gregg Nov 30
Nice makeover. I thought the original was pretty good, but finds room for improvement.
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Xan Gregg Nov 30
I often want to see the bar widths sized by population percentile, but now I see the problem: the top ranges are practically invisible. A rotated and wide layout helps some.
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Xan Gregg Nov 29
Replying to @maartenzam
I'm leery about the slope across the break. What do you think about having each side of the break honor the separate scales?
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David Gotz Nov 28
Thanks to from for talking to my Visual Analytics class today! Great tour of JMP capabilities and some “stats 101” thrown in as a bonus!
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Xan Gregg Nov 27
Replying to @wisevis
Thanks. JMP's current jittering is random, and we're adding a few more options like this one.
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Xan Gregg Nov 26
Experimenting with image markers and partial dodging, with a close-up of top-right. Chart compares computer ratings (Sagarin) vs. Win Pct. for NCAA football regular season.
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Xan Gregg Nov 23
Enjoying for a Thanksgiving tradition: annual playing of Arlo Guthrie's Alice's Restaurant on .
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Xan Gregg Nov 21
Presumably the radius is some scale × √z. If you know the scale, you can compute the radii and offset y by the difference in radius. y₂ = y₁ - (r₁ - r₂ ).
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Xan Gregg Nov 20
I was thinking less-is-more. Just show the over-budget group and normalize for those with a budget.
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Xan Gregg Nov 18
There's a journal of open data from that has quite a variety of real data:
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Xan Gregg Nov 18
Was thinking there ought to be journal for publishing quality data sets, Apparently there already is:
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Xan Gregg Nov 17
Replying to @driven_by_data
Cool data find. Took me a while to realize the years were stacked instead of overlaid. Here's overlaid moving average and overlaid cumulative donations.
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