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. Amy’s list includes many references to the best practices used by some of the leading data…

Google Fonts: 915 free font families

Looking for a custom typeface to use in your data visualizations? Google Fonts is an awesome databank of nearly a thousands font families you can access, download, and use for free. If you’re into design, the website includes a blog featuring articles on font design. Google Fonts among others provided the font for my dissertation…

Data Visualization Tools & Resources

There’s this amazing overview of helpful dataviz resources atwww.visualisingdata.com/resources! Browse through hundreds of helpful data visualization tools, programs, and services. All neatly organized by Andy Kirk in categories: data handling, applications, programming, web-based, qualitative, mapping, specialist, and colour. What a great repository! Looking for expert books on data visualization?Have a look at these recommendations!

Transitioning from Excel to R: Dictionary of common functions

Alyssa Columbus published maintains this GitHub repository with a great tutorial on how to move from Excel to R. Very useful for beginning useRs, the repository’s tutorial includes a translation table between Excel and R functions: Excel Formula R Function Type ABS abs Arithmetic ADDRESS assign Essentials AND &,&&,all Boolean AVERAGE, AVG, AVERAGEIF mean Arithmetic BETADIST pbeta…