Evasium Flux - Notes tagged with Infographics
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✚ how to make line charts in python, with pandas and matplotlib

✚ how to make line charts in python, with pandas and matplotlib
Sean Sean 6 days ago
Membership TutorialsCoursesProjectsBecome a Member | Log inTutorials  /  Matplotlib, pandas, Python By Lynn Cherny The chart type can be used to show patterns over time and relationships between variables. This is a comprehensive introduction to making...
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✚ just enough chart (the process #71)

✚ just enough chart (the process #71)
Sean Sean 6 days ago
For those new to visualization, learning all of the methods, implementations, tools, and guidelines can seem like a daunting task. Not to mention everything that happens before the actual visualizing, such as analysis, data formatting, and context-makin...
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Can’t find iran on a map

Can’t find iran on a map
Jetcy Jetcy 6 days ago
Based on a Morning Consult/Politico survey, most people don’t know where Iran is: As tensions between the United States and Iran rise in the aftermath of the American drone strike that killed the country’s most powerful commander, Gen. Qassem Soleimani...
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Best directors who were not white men

Best directors who were not white men
Sharper Sharper 7 days ago
Membership TutorialsCoursesProjectsBecome a Member | Log inData Underload  /  Academy Awards, Best Director, diversity By Nathan Yau Academy Award nominations were announced yesterday. They weren’t especially diverse, which of course isn’t a new thing....
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2019. | FlowingData

2019. | FlowingData
Sean Sean 5 January, 2020
My main goal for FD this year was to make charts. I hoped to make one chart per week, along with the newsletter and tutorials, which would force me to focus and spend less time dwelling on a dataset. I didn’t quite get to one per week, but I made abou...
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✚ technical know-how is part one (the process #70)

✚ technical know-how is part one (the process #70)
Sharper Sharper 5 January, 2020
There’s a technical component of visualization that leans towards code, data formatting, and clicking the right buttons in the right order. Then there’s everything else that makes okay charts into something much better. To access this issue of The Proc...
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Where christmas trees come from

Where christmas trees come from
Sharper Sharper 31 December, 2019
For The Washington Post, Tim Meko and Lauren Tierney: Before the 1930s, Christmas trees typically were cut down on an individual’s property or out in the wild. Now, tree farms in all 50 states (yes, Hawaii too) are where most Christmas trees come from,...
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✚ visualization tools, data, and resources roundup – december 2019 roundup (the process #69)

✚ visualization tools, data, and resources roundup – december 2019 roundup (the process #69)
Sharper Sharper 29 December, 2019
Every month I collect links to new tools, datasets, and visualization resources. Here’s the good stuff for December 2019 and the last roundup for the decade. To access this issue of The Process, you must be a member. (If you are already a member, log i...
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Best data visualization projects of 2019

Best data visualization projects of 2019
Ellen Ellen 24 December, 2019
Membership TutorialsCoursesProjectsBecome a Member | Log inVisualization  /  best-of By Nathan Yau Visualization is a relatively new field, but we seem to be developing an understanding of what it is and what it can be used for. This year, we refined e...
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✚ how to make interactive frequency trails with d3.js

✚ how to make interactive frequency trails with d3.js
Sharper Sharper 19 December, 2019
Membership TutorialsCoursesProjectsBecome a Member | Log inTutorials  /  d3js, JavaScript By Peter Cook Layering time series data or distributions with this method can change the feel and aesthetic versus a multi-line chart or small multiples. In some ...
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Scroll, scroll, scroll through the depths of the ocean

Scroll, scroll, scroll through the depths of the ocean
Sharper Sharper 5 December, 2019
The oceans are deep. But how deep and what’s down there? Neal Agarwal provides this piece, The Deep Sea, that scales the depths of the ocean to your browser window. Scroll, scroll, and then scroll some more to see what sea life (and other things) reside...
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Fashion runway color palette

Fashion runway color palette
Sharper Sharper 3 December, 2019
From Google Arts & Culture: We came together with The Business of Fashion to view their collection of 140,000 photos of runway looks from almost 4,000 fashion shows around the world. If you could attend one fashion show per day, it would take you more ...
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Traveling salesman art

Traveling salesman art
Ellen Ellen 27 November, 2019
Robert Bosch likes to use the Traveling Salesman Problem to draw famous portraits with a single continuous line. Nice. If you want to fall down a Traveling Salesman rabbit hole, be sure to check out the main pages of the site above. You’ll find code, d...
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How parents spend time with their kids

How parents spend time with their kids
Sharper Sharper 25 November, 2019
For Quartz, Dan Kopf and Jenny Anderson on how time spent with kids changes with age: In the very beginning, it’s all about physical care, otherwise known as the stuff that makes your arms tired. A fifth of time parents spend with kids before their fir...
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2,774 miles traveled by a lone wolf

2,774 miles traveled by a lone wolf
Jetcy Jetcy 25 November, 2019
From the Voyageurs Wolf Project, a map shows the travels of a lone wolf over an 11-month period. Check out the animated version for full effect.
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Information is beautiful awards winners 2019

Information is beautiful awards winners 2019
Sharper Sharper 24 November, 2019
SectionshomeeverythingaboutblogdatatrainingbookscontactTrendinginteractivebelieffoodhealthideasscienceweb-techConnectfacebooktwitterinstagrampinterestRSS feedfacebooktwitterinstagramRSS feedSearch SearchE.g:Billion dollar-o-gramBased on a true storyMoun...
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✚ how to make a multi-series dot plot in excel

✚ how to make a multi-series dot plot in excel
Jetcy Jetcy 24 November, 2019
Membership TutorialsCoursesProjectsBecome a Member | Log inTutorials  /  Excel By Jorge Camoes Easily compare multiple categories and spot differences between two or more series. Similar to a standard bar chart, you can use dot plots to compare catego...
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✚ how to make a bump chart in r, with ggplot

✚ how to make a bump chart in r, with ggplot
Sharper Sharper 24 November, 2019
Membership TutorialsCoursesProjectsBecome a Member | Log inTutorials  /  ggplot, R By Maarten Lambrechts Visualize rankings over time instead of absolute values to focus on order instead of the magnitude of change. The bump chart is a line chart varia...
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✚ bar chart baselines don’t have to start at zero? (the process #66)

✚ bar chart baselines don’t have to start at zero? (the process #66)
Sharper Sharper 24 November, 2019
False. To access this issue of The Process, you must be a member. (If you are already a member, log in here.) Join Now The Process is a weekly newsletter where I evaluate how visualization tools, rules, and guidelines work in practice. I publish ever...
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✚ the best visualization course i ever took; membership update with new points of view (the process #65)

✚ the best visualization course i ever took; membership update with new points of view (the process #65)
Jetcy Jetcy 24 November, 2019
I’ve never taken a bona fide visualization course. I have a PhD in Statistics, but in the program I attended, making charts wasn’t really taught. You just learned as needed and for the most part, you learned about charts on your own. Visualization was n...
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