A ridgeline/joy-plot combined with a brush to show the combined values of an area (data is from a survey on attitudes about the eu in Austria, by party affiliation, https://bit.ly/2S7sBSX)
finally i came around to translate some experiences i had with google vision, trying to analyse pictures of politicians https://drawingdata.net/nrpics/index_en.html
I was wondering what you think about a stepwise (?) interpolation for line charts (instead of linear)? I've been using it for election results recently as I think it's a better representation of the data (as the results do not change over time, but on election day).
I've also used it for displaying multiple results at a time, and while I was happy with the bar/density-like effect between the changes at first, I'm starting to think linear is somewhat clearer in this case.
From the Berliner Morgenpost, the sound of the decline of the Social Democratic Party (based on polls): https://interaktiv.morgenpost.de/spd-absturz-sound/
In case you're interested how the auto-detection of colorblind issues in Datawrapper works, I wrote it all down in an interactive blog post https://www.vis4.net/blog/2018/02/automate-colorblind-checking/ https://vis.social/media/JoiAHRvIu0BvxK8Mu8o https://vis.social/media/Jv8iNeTpJVhIjulb_Os
my first steps with an observable notebook (a little poll viewer): https://beta.observablehq.com/@ginseng666/poll-viewer
really amazing what you can do - and i'm sure i don't understand the half of it yet. great tool and fun to use, especially for my trial-error-approach to coding.
#introductions first, i work as a political scientist in austria, and try to turn all those crosstabs in something less crosstabely (collected at drawingdata.net, although mostly german). i mostly enjoy the moment when some code just miracolously works (thank you #d3js) - and yes, of course, i just followed @scott here from the birdy
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