Learn more about Redis Inventory and how AnyChart is used there from our quick interview with its creator Aleksandr Obukhov. (Stack: Go/Cobra/Redis.)
Hey everyone! It is Friday, and we are here to put a spotlight on the most compelling examples of sensible data visualization we have recently seen around the internet. As always, let’s start with a quick list and then look at each project. All aboard for DataViz Weekly!
- Intensive care unit occupancy rates in the United States — The New York Times
- Minority unemployment rates in 15 large U.S. cities. — Bloomberg
- Early proposals for congressional redistricting in Oregon, Indiana, and Colorado — The Washington Post
- Time use of American men and women by employment status — Nathan Yau
A connector map is a set of straight or curved lines that link points on a geographical map. It is commonly used to graphically represent routes or any other connections between locations. Would you like to learn how to build an attractive data visualization like that for a web page or app?
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Canadian Elections, Germany Under Merkel, Caracas Sounds, Night Temperatures in U.S. Cities — DataViz WeeklySeptember 17th, 2021 by AnyChart Team
We continue to choose the most interesting out of all the newest data visualizations published here and there and show you them in weekly roundups. It’s time to look at our fresh selection! This time, the following projects are featured in DataViz Weekly:
- Canadian federal elections since 2000 — Stephen Taylor
- Germany under the 16-year leadership of Angela Merkel — Reuters
- Sounds of Caracas — Valeria Escobar
- Abnormally hot summer nights in American cities — The Upshot
At AnyChart, we are eager to support education projects by letting their creators work gratis with the same data visualization solutions used by the world’s leading companies to build interactive charts.
The website is now available to the public, presenting a wide range of chart types with real-world examples along with questions and answers. Acknowledged as one of the top projects in the university year and awarded with a prize from Computershare, it is to be used for teaching about data visualization and analytics in Scottish schools.
We thought you could be interested to not only check out the website but also learn some more about the project and its developers’ experience with AnyChart. So we had a quick talk on that with Martin McVey from the team. Read below.
This week, we have come across a number of wonderful new data visualization projects out there. Here are the four that we’ve found most interesting and decided to showcase today in DataViz Weekly. Join us for a quick overview of these works and check them out!
- Black mortality gap in America — The Marshall Project
- Excess deaths worldwide during the COVID-19 pandemic — The Economist
- Ida-caused power outage in New Orleans as seen from space — NASA Earth Observatory
- Average seasonal colors of the United States — Erin Davis
Financial charts are especially useful to represent large amounts of data and identify trends. Would like to learn one such cool financial chart called the OHLC chart that visualizes stock price movement?
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The seven-day wait is over for all data visualization fans wherever you are! DataViz Weekly is back with a selection of new awesome charts and maps curated from around the web. Look at our latest picks.
- Current and historic drought conditions across the United States — Esri
- Relationship between temperature, income, and mortality — Bloomberg Green
- U.S. electricity mix by state — Visual Capitalist
- Congressional redistricting rules and practices — The Washington Post