Avoid bar plots for continuous data! Do this instead:

Tracey Weissgerber, Natasa Milic, Stacey Winham, and Vesna Garovic wrote this interesting 2015 paper on bar graphs. By a systematic review of physiology research, they demonstrate we need to reconsider how we present continuous data in small samples. Bar and line plots are commonly used to display continuous data. This is problematic, as many different data…

Visualizing the inner workings of the k-means clustering algorithm

Originally, I wrote this blog to share this interactive visualization of the k-means algorithm (wiki) which I was all enthusiastic about. However, then I imagined that not everybody may be familiar with k-means, hence, I wrote the whole blog below.  Next thing I know, u/dashee87 on r/datascience points me to these two other blogs that had already…