Tag: datavisualization

OriginLab's Graph Gallery: A blast from the past

OriginLab's Graph Gallery: A blast from the past

Continuing my recent line of posts on data visualization resources, I found another repository in my inbox: OriginLab's GraphGallery! If I'm being honest, I would personally advice you to look at the dataviz project instead, if you haven't heard of that one yet. However, OriginLab might win in terms of sentiment. It has this nostalgic … Continue reading OriginLab's Graph Gallery: A blast from the past

treevis.net – A Visual Bibliography of Tree Visualizations

treevis.net – A Visual Bibliography of Tree Visualizations

Last week I cohosted a professional learning course on data visualization at JADS. My fellow host was prof. Jack van Wijk, and together we organized an amazing workshop and poster event. Jack gave two lectures on data visualization theory and resources, and mentioned among others treevis.net, a resource I was unfamiliar with up until then. … Continue reading treevis.net – A Visual Bibliography of Tree Visualizations

7 Reasons You Should Use Dot Graphs, by Maarten Lambrechts

7 Reasons You Should Use Dot Graphs, by Maarten Lambrechts

In my data visualization courses, I often refer to the hierarchy of visual encoding proposed by Cleveland and McGill. In their 1984 paper, Cleveland and McGill proposed the table below, demonstrating to what extent different visual encodings of data allow readers of data visualizations to accurately assess differences between data values. DOI: 10.2307/2288400 Since then, … Continue reading 7 Reasons You Should Use Dot Graphs, by Maarten Lambrechts

Data Visualization Style Guide Repositories

Data Visualization Style Guide Repositories

Amy Cesal put together (1) this great overview of style guides for data visualization practice. Moreover, in the original tweet, Amy refers to other great repositories such as (2) this PolicyViz one and (3) this humongous one by Adele. https://twitter.com/AmyCesal/status/1142078663866949632?s=03 Amy's list includes many references to the best practices used by some of the leading … Continue reading Data Visualization Style Guide Repositories

Python for R users

Python for R users

Wanting to broaden your scope and learn a new programming language? This great workshop was given at EARL 2018 by Mango Solutions and helps R programmers transition into Python building on their existing R knowledge. The workshop includes exercises that introduce you to the key concepts of Python and some of its most powerful packages … Continue reading Python for R users

Recreating graphics from the  Fundamentals of Data Visualization

Recreating graphics from the Fundamentals of Data Visualization

Claus Wilke wrote the Fundamentals of Data Visualization - a great resource that's definitely high on my list of recommended data visualization books. In a recent post, Claus shared the link to a GitHub repository where he hosts some of the R programming code with which Claus made the graphics for his dataviz book. The … Continue reading Recreating graphics from the Fundamentals of Data Visualization