also on the podcast, @scott reflects explicitly and at length about trying to get a more diverse group of users on vis.social, community management, etc.
check it out!
I've got the one and only @scott on this week's episode of #ThePolicyVizPodcast. We talk about vis.social and other great stuff! | https://policyviz.com/podcast/episode-123-scott-murray/
I think Solari boards, like those found in old train stations, are one of the coolest kinds of data visualizations. So I'm making a digital one.
Would you kind folks mind helping me track down a viz that I remember seeing, but can't find now? Show more
It was a bubble chart showing different diseases, but each bubble was decorated so they look like the actual pathogen - the bug, or virus, or bacteria that causes it. Does that sound familiar to anyone?
Anybody have strong opinions about visualization options for stock market type trading data? I don't want my personal opinions effect potential answers.
@WNYmathGuy well, it's almost always shown as values over time, with time moving left to right on the x axis. So that's familiar and efficient — if what you're trying to do is show value changes over time. :) But maybe you have something more interesting in mind? Treemaps for market volume or share, network vis for connected companies?
I pulled my playlist data out of spotify a while ago. Here's a chart of each playlist as an interval from when the first and last song were added. Mostly I make playlists and don't update them, but a few, I find new songs to add to years after they started. Y-position doesn't meany anything.
What can data visualization do for human rights advocacy? My chapter on the promises and pitfalls of data viz https://www.cambridge.org/core/product/3FB46953FB908FABB3C6C81AC137CFAA/core-reader