Hey guys, check out new awesome graphics! We have come across these works just about now and decided to highlight them today in DataViz Weekly as really cool data visualization examples. See them now for fun and inspiration!
- Human activity in the Belgian part of the North Sea — De Tijd
- Colors of Bob Ross’s TV artwork — Connor Rothschild
- Housing affordability in Australia — Aussie
- Jobs that tend to marry together — Nathan Yau
AnyChart JS 8.10.0 Released with Circle Packing & Calendar Charts, Waterfall Arrows, Marker Series in Surface ChartMay 24th, 2021 by AnyChart Team
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Not too long ago, visual communication skills were nice to have. But that has changed. Nowadays, the ability to visualize data in charts and maps is a must-have and not only for analysts. Stay tuned for DataViz Weekly to see the most interesting examples of smart graphics in action!
Join us today as we look at the following new data visualization projects worth checking out:
- Historical shifts in U.S. state population rankings — The Washington Post
- Diversity of Asian Americans — CNN
- Regional differences in income and productivity across the U.K. — ONS
- Pret A Manger sandwich sales as a proxy to measure pandemic recovery — Bloomberg
Anton Baranchuk, our CEO, has been recognized by CIOLook Magazine as one of the 10 Most Innovative Business Leaders Revamping the Future! Great news and congratulations to the boss!
Right now, we are excited to share with you the story of his success with AnyChart, the company he co-founded when pursuing a Ph.D. back in 2003 that turned from a small startup to a global data visualization software market leader. This article is published in the dedicated special edition of CIOLook and we are thankful for the opportunity to repost it on our blog.
Clear visualizations make it easier to understand complex information and take the right action based on it. DataViz Weekly is here to show you some of the best examples of charts and maps that let data speak. This time, we are happy to put a spotlight on the following great new data visualization projects:
- Top YouTube video greetings — YouTube and Polygraph
- World migration statistics — IOM
- U.S. climate normals — NOAA
- Lightning stroke density worldwide — Vaisala
Data visualization is a valuable tool in today’s scenario, with data everywhere and various opportunities to tap into that data to find insights. Visual charts are imperative to communicate ideas, identify patterns, and make the most of the available data.
So then, would you like to quickly and easily learn how to create a really cool chart that showcases data interestingly?
A mosaic chart is a multi-series chart that effectively represents data with over 2 parameters and is so-called because each data point has distinctive indents, making it visually similar to a piece of mosaic art. Not only is this chart beautiful to look at, but is also very helpful in representing multiple variables and recognizing the relationship between these different variables.
The year 2020 was not all bad, at least for the market of personal computers. The sales of PCs increased throughout each quarter of 2020, with more people working and studying from home. I explored how each brand fared in every quarter based on the number of global shipments.
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Every week, we choose the four most interesting visualizations from all we came across these days and present them to you in a quick review. Below is a list of the ones that made it to this new DataViz Weekly — take a glance and keep reading for a closer look at each!
- Vaccination rates in comparison with case metrics across the U.S. — McKinsey & Company
- Political bubbles across the U.S. — The New York Times Opinion
- Stephen Curry’s record-setting April scoring spree — The Washington Post
- World justified, left-aligned, centered, right-aligned — Nicolas Lambert