Effective data visualization makes it easy to discover trends and patterns hidden in the data. Now for several years, DataViz Weekly has been showing you real-world examples demonstrating how that can work in practice. The following projects are in the spotlight today:
- U.S. housing market trends — The Washington Post
- Wildfire smoke pollution across the U.S. — The New York Times
- Physics of celebratory gunfire — 1POINT21 Interactive
- Cars in Berlin — Hans Hack
Francis Lapique and Temenuzhka Dimova ended up using our Sunburst Chart solution in their Vasari Diagram, a fascinating asset for art history researchers and enthusiasts. This project lets anyone explore which people and topics various painters are connected with.
Read our interview where Francis describes the Vasari Diagram project and how AnyChart is used, and check it out!
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Data on American Birds, Ukrainian Children, Mega Warehouses, U.S. Government in Interactive Visualizations — DataViz WeeklySeptember 23rd, 2022 by AnyChart Team
DataViz Weekly keeps you informed of the latest data visualizations that are definitely worth seeing, from our point of view. Check out our new picks:
- American bird migration — Audubon
- Ukrainian children dismissed from residential care institutions — Reuters
- Mega warehouses and their impacts — Sierra
- Age of the U.S. political leaders — Insider
Each Friday, DataViz Weekly gives you a therapeutic dose of data visualization inspiration headed into the weekend! Here are four new projects we believe you should not miss:
- Queen Elizabeth II’s 70-year reign — The Financial Times
- Current condition of the U.S. economy — The New York Times
- Carbon emissions from Arctic wildfires — Reuters
- Local exposure to climate-related hazards across the U.S. — Esri for NOAA
Data visualization is a vast field with so many different types of charts to learn and create. But there are several basic, evergreen graphs that every data designer and web developer dealing with analytics should know how to build. One of them is a Line Chart (or Line Graph). It’s primarily designed to represent data over time.
For your convenience, you can find all of them on CodePen [and on AnyChart Playground] so you could play with the line charting code further without limits.
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DataViz Weekly is back with a quick look at some of the most interesting new examples of charts that enable effective visual data exploration. Here are the projects featured this time:
- Producers of Russian military equipment — Texty
- Wins, losses, and comebacks in Serena Williams’s professional tennis career — The Washington Post
- Tropical nights in Spain over the decades — elDiario.es
- Platform origins of viral memes — Know Your Meme
A circle packing chart is a common data visualization technique for representing hierarchically organized data through nested circles. Due to the similarity to a treemap, which uses nested rectangles for the same purpose, sometimes it is called a circular treemap. Introduced to data analysis by American mathematician William Thurston in 1985, circle packings greatly reveal the hierarchical structure of data.
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Hey y’all fans of charts and maps! It’s time for DataViz Weekly where we traditionally show you the most stunning data representations we have recently come across! See our newest picks and check them out right away:
- Salary of full-time employees in San Francisco’s government — The San Francisco Chronicle
- Vulnerability to political election interference across the United States — Bloomberg
- Brazilian federal deputies’ performance on socio-environmental issues — Repórter Brasil
- The most important places to conserve in the U.S. — National Geographic