Gnihihi. A π chart! Get it? Get it?? (I like bad jokes.) https://blog.datawrapper.de/weeklychart-pichart/
Yesterday's Data Vis Book Club (@datavisclub) about RJ Andrews' "Info We Trust" was really fun. Thanks to @infowetrust for answering our questions, and to everyone who participated in the discussion! It's all preserved here: https://notes.datawrapper.de/p/bookclub-infowetrust
A few days ago @1wheel made a nice version of the chart that also shows the individual temperatures as points + linear trend lines
"It’s so much easier to do more than it is to do less." – What a great new episode of the PolicyViz podcast! https://policyviz.com/podcast/episode-147-lazaro-gamio/ @jschwabish asks all the right questions and @LazaroGamio says all the smart things. And designs awesome visualizations for @axios like this one:
"It’s so much easier to do more than it is to do less." – What a great new episode of the Policy Vis Podcast! https://policyviz.com/podcast/episode-147-lazaro-gamio/ @jschwabish asks all the right questions and @LazaroGamio says all the smart things. And designs awesome visualizations for @axios like this one:
This whole article by @TmarcoH & @pabloroblesg by @SCMPgraphics is packed with great #dataviz, but the projection of this map is something else. Wow. https://multimedia.scmp.com/news/world/article/3000839/permafrost/?src=app
A calm, inspirational blog post by @lennymartinezd: https://makeinformationuseful.wordpress.com/2019/02/13/building-understanding-of-the-world/ I like blog posts like this one.
Great piece about how hard it would be to even reach the Paris agreement goals on reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Would love to see this for Germany... https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/02/13/climate/cut-us-emissions-with-policies-from-other-countries.html
"My paintings translate words into visual language." So much great data art & #dataviz inspiration in the paintings by Leslie Roberts: https://leslierobertsart.com/section/425019-Paintings-2016-18.html via @MrPrudence@twitter.com
Scrolling down in @email@example.com's "NASA’s Opportunity Rover Dies on Mars" is a great, great joy. I remain a big fan of longer-than-wide maps: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2019/02/13/science/opportunity-rover-mars-map.html
So @DavidKokkelink@twitter.com just showed me a site called @firstname.lastname@example.org ("millions of traders chart-speak every day"), which has a lot of fascinating chart designs already – but then they are people who create art with it (https://www.tradingview.com/chart/USDCHF/7FkdCzr4-range/), and this just made my day.
These are really nice charts & maps by @email@example.com: https://www.bloomberg.com/graphics/2018-china-superpower/ None of them are interactive. All of them are awesome.
I agree. Having one clear message in an article/data vis/talk is often more effective than communicating aaall the things that are important to you. http://stephanango.com/design-is-compromise
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I'm fascinated by looong scrollytelling maps, like this one by @PostGraphics@twitter.com: https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/national/mapping-the-2017-eclipse/. So I made a map of Chile with our new tooltips ...although when on mobile, they work better with shorter (aka normal) maps: https://blog.datawrapper.de/weeklychart-locatormaps-tooltips/
Big announcement: I have a new job! Monday is my first day at Datawrapper, where I will help to make even better data vis tools. 🙌 https://www.datawrapper.de/
Our frontend developer @firstname.lastname@example.org built the most beautiful small multiple pie & donut charts: https://blog.datawrapper.de/better-piecharts/
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