Here is the final result using the technique shown in the MWE I posted earlier:
First draft of a visualisation I have created for my PhD thesis. It shows the relative influence of scientific fields on one another and which journals are most influential within their fields. See how highly ranked (or otherwise) your favourite field/journal is! 🎓
Not completely finished but all core functionality is there. Feedback is very welcome!
Might be useful for #d3js people: a Block implementing queued transitions for scatter-plots and dot-plots with error bars. Trying to help the viewer keep track of changes between figures, without just flashing up two different static plots.
do people have strategies for dealing with spacing in d3 that don't feel like you're using a lot of magic numbers (eg, "translate this 5px")?
Ha! A really nice example of a pie chart. (And an interesting survey, too) https://nrkbeta.no/2018/01/01/this-is-what-the-year-actually-looks-like/ https://vis.social/media/5i-2X1a7mELJO0onzLk
Visualisation enthusiasts in 🇬🇧 might be interested in this talk I am helping to organise tomorrow. 📣
"What aren’t you seeing? Why do we ‘ignore’ advances in visualisation research?"
For those who can't make it, the talk may also be live-streamed (subject to approval).
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