Archive for the Data Visualization Weekly

Charting Data About Retirement Savings, Warren’s Plans, California Housing, and UK Election — DataViz Weekly November 15th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Charting Data About Retirement Savings, Warren Plans, California Housing, and UK Election — DataViz WeeklyIt’s Friday, which means we are ready to share with you new awesome examples of charting in action. Look how powerful the right visualization can be when one needs to explore or communicate various statistics. Here’s a quick list of the projects presented in this new DataViz Weekly post — we’ve found them out there these days:

  • Saving for retirement in the United States — FlowingData
  • Costs of Elizabeth Warren’s policy plans — The New York Times
  • Housing crisis in California — Bloomberg
  • Voting intentions before the 2019 United Kingdom general election — CNBC

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Visual Data Analysis in Action with Examples on Laugh, DST, Science, and Health — DataViz Weekly November 8th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Visual Data Analysis in Action with Examples on Laugh, DST, Science, and Health — DataViz WeeklyVisual data analysis can be extremely helpful when you need to make sense of large amounts of diverse information. Check out several new striking examples! The four projects in the spotlight of today’s DataViz Weekly roundup have been made public just about now and we are glad to introduce them to you right now:

  • Laughing online — The Pudding
  • DST gripe assistant tool — Andy Woodruff
  • 150 years of papers — Nature
  • Global health security — JHU, NTI, and EIU

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Information Graphics About Friends, Birds, Savings, and Pollution — DataViz Weekly November 1st, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Information Graphics About Friends, Birds, Savings, and Pollution — DataViz WeeklyTake a look at four cool information graphics projects we’ve recently come across around the web and decided to feature this time in the DataViz Weekly series:

  • Travels, events, and relationships in the Friends TV series — Marion Rouayroux, IIB Awards
  • North American birds at risk from climate change — Audubon
  • Assets and debt in the United States by age group — FlowingData
  • Aggravating air pollution in Louisiana’s “Cancer Alley” — ProPublica

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Compelling Data Visualizations to Check Out This Weekend — DataViz Weekly October 25th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Compelling Data Visualizations to Check Out This Weekend — DataViz WeeklyContinuing our regular DataViz Weekly feature, we invite you to check out several compelling data visualizations worth taking a look at, which we’ve noticed and enthusiastically explored these days. Here’s a quick list of the projects highlighted in the new roundup:

  • Impact of climate change on the costs and availability of insurance in Australia — ABC News
  • “Geography” and “GIS” in the U.S. higher education — Alicia Bradshaw, UW Tacoma
  • Auto emissions in America — The New York Times
  • Canadian federal election results — CBC/Radio-Canada

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Visualizing Numbers on Migration, Powerlifting, Commute, and Nature — DataViz Weekly October 18th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Visualizing Numbers on Migration, Powerlifting, Commute, and Nature — DataViz WeeklyThis week, we’ve found more new cool projects that wonderfully demonstrate the power of visualizing numbers. Here are the four most interesting ones where charts and maps actually let data speak — join us as we quickly present them in today’s DataViz Weekly:

  • Charting migration pathways worldwide — Bloomberg
  • Plotting differences between men’s and women’s top lifts at IPF events — Connor Rothschild, Rice University
  • Mapping commute thresholds across the United States of America — Nathan Yau, FlowingData
  • Visualizing nature’s contributions to people globally — Natural Capital Project

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Exploring Data on Drought, Impeachment, Opioids, and Tax — DataViz Weekly October 11th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Exploring Data on Drought, Impeachment, Opioids, and Tax — DataViz WeeklyExploring data visualized in cleverly made charts and maps not only provides quicker and better insight. It is also an aesthetically pleasing process. We’ve got examples to illustrate this point — check out our new DataViz Weekly post highlighting the following interesting projects we’ve recently come across:

  • Weekly drought reports for the United States — EcoWest & Bill Lane Center for the American West at Stanford University
  • Trump’s impeachment map vs cartogram — Karim Douïeb
  • Opioid consumption in Belgium — Médor & Jetpack AI
  • Total tax rate change in the United States in 1950-2018 — David Leonhardt for The New York Times

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New Interesting Visualizations on Data Availability, Deportations, Diversity, and Languages — DataViz Weekly October 4th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

New Interesting Visualizations on Data Availability, Deportations, Diversity, and Languages — DataViz WeeklyLook how data visualization works in reality, bringing insight into large amounts of structured and unstructured data for the sake of efficient and effective analysis. Here’s what new interesting visualizations we are excited to feature today on DataViz Weekly as very good, inspiring examples:

  • Finding a link between deportations and crime in the United States — The Marshall Project
  • Exploring racial diversity in America — Brookings Institution
  • Comparing the encoding efficiency of languages — Science Advances
  • Analyzing the availability of critical data in G20 countries — The Evidence Initiative

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Interactive Data Visualization Tool Examples Worth Checking Out — DataViz Weekly September 27th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Interactive Data Visualization Tool Examples Worth Checking Out — DataViz WeeklyAnalyzing data is always easier when it’s graphically represented and integrated in a convenient interactive data visualization tool. We’ll show you four great examples of such tools created by different groups of researchers from around the world just recently.

Today’s DataViz Weekly post highlights projects on the following topics:

  • Economic complexity of 130 countries — Growth Lab at Harvard’s Center for International Development
  • Educational opportunities in the United States of America — Stanford University’s Educational Opportunity Project
  • Commuter flows in London — GLA City Intelligence Unit
  • Global corporate profit shifts — Researchers from UC Berkeley and UCPH

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Visualizing Diversity and Absence in Schools, Child Mortality, and Debate Topics — DataViz Weekly September 20th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Visualizing Diversity and Absence in Schools, Child Mortality, and Debate Topics — DataViz WeeklyEnjoy new awesome chart examples! The following cool projects visualizing diversity and integration, presidential debate topics, and more have captured our attention this week, and we’re excited to feature them now within the framework of the DataViz Weekly series on AnyChart Blog:

  • Chronic absence in U.S. schools
  • Racial diversity across all America’s school districts
  • Child mortality in low-to-middle-income countries
  • Top issues discussed at the first three Democratic debates

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Visualizing Income in Spain, Restless Sleep, California Legislature, and Political Regimes — DataViz Weekly September 13th, 2019 by AnyChart Team

Visualizing Income in Spain, Restless Sleep, California Legislature, and Political Regimes — DataViz WeeklyIt’s Friday, so we continue the DataViz Weekly series on our blog. Today we praise new interesting projects with charts and infographics visualizing income of Spaniards (El País), restless sleep with age (FlowingData), ideological polarization in the California legislature in 1993-2019 (CalMatters), and political regime changes worldwide since 1816 (Visual Capitalist). Look at these cool examples of the power of data visualization in action.

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