Noah Veltman is a user on vis.social. You can follow them or interact with them if you have an account anywhere in the fediverse. If you don't, you can sign up here.

Was looking at @JohnMuyskens' PA redistricting thing: beta.observablehq.com/@jmuyske and was wondering if there was a good way to visually compare all the different maps as a group - which areas tended to be treated as borders vs. kept together in the same district. I tried coloring wedges of a hexgrid based on how often a hex was in a different district than its neighbor:

Curious what y'all think about this approaching of highlighting the incremental change in each step of a stacked area by using a different shade. I think it's valuable to highlight in this case, but I'm concerned that people will interpret the darker shades as separate data series instead. Any suggestions for alternatives?vis.social/media/IVy964ktBs0PF

Hi everyone! I build visualizations and apps at Netflix, looking forward to a more constructive space to share and chat