Tag: treemap

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.

treevis.net is a lot like the dataviz project in the sense that it is an extensive overview of different types of data visualizations. treevis is unique, however, in the sense that it is focused on specifically visualizations of hierarchical data: multi-level or nested data structures.

Hans-Jörg Schulz — professor of Computer Science at Aarhus University in Denmark — maintains the treevis repo. At the moment of writing, he has compiled over 300 different types of hierachical data visualizations and displays them on this website.

As an added bonus, the repo is interactive as there are several ways to filter and look for the visualization type that best fits your data and needs.

Most resources come with added links to the original authors and the original papers they were first published in, so this is truly a great resources for those interested in doing a deep dive into data visualization. Do have a look yourself!

The Dataviz Project: Find just the right visualization

The Dataviz Project: Find just the right visualization

Do you have a bunch of data but you can’t seem to figure out how to display it? Or looking for that one specific visualization of which you can’t remember the name?

www.datavizproject.com provides a most comprehensive overview of all the different ways to visualize your data. You can sort all options by Family, Input, Function, and Shape to find that one dataviz that best conveys your message.

datavizproject overview

Update: look at some of these other repositories here or here.

R resources (free courses, books, tutorials, & cheat sheets)

R resources (free courses, books, tutorials, & cheat sheets)

Help yourself to these free books, tutorials, packages, cheat sheets, and many more materials for R programming. There’s a separate overview for handy R programming tricks. If you have additions, please comment below or contact me!


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Introductory R

Introductory Books

Online Courses

Style Guides

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Advanced R

Package Development

Non-standard Evaluation

Functional Programming

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Cheat Sheets

Many of the above cheat sheets are hosted in the official RStudio cheat sheet overview.


Data Manipulation


Data Visualization

Colors

Interactive / HTML / JavaScript widgets

ggplot2

ggplot2 extensions

Miscellaneous

  • coefplot – visualizes model statistics
  • circlize – circular visualizations for categorical data
  • clustree – visualize clustering analysis
  • quantmod – candlestick financial charts
  • dabestr– Data Analysis using Bootstrap-Coupled ESTimation
  • devoutsvg – an SVG graphics device (with pattern fills)
  • devoutpdf – an PDF graphics device
  • cartography – create and integrate maps in your R workflow
  • colorspace – HSL based color palettes
  • viridis – Matplotlib viridis color pallete for R
  • munsell – Munsell color palettes for R
  • Cairo – high-quality display output
  • igraph – Network Analysis and Visualization
  • graphlayouts – new layout algorithms for network visualization
  • lattice – Trellis graphics
  • tmap – thematic maps
  • trelliscopejs – interactive alternative for facet_wrap
  • rgl – interactive 3D plots
  • corrplot – graphical display of a correlation matrix
  • googleVis – Google Charts API
  • plotROC – interactive ROC plots
  • extrafont – fonts in R graphics
  • rvg – produces Vector Graphics that allow further editing in PowerPoint or Excel
  • showtext – text using system fonts
  • animation – animated graphics using ImageMagick.
  • misc3d – 3d plots, isosurfaces, etc.
  • xkcd – xkcd style graphics
  • imager – CImg library to work with images
  • ungeviz – tools for visualize uncertainty
  • waffle – square pie charts a.k.a. waffle charts
  • Creating spectograms in R with hht, warbleR, soundgen, signal, seewave, or phonTools

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Shiny, Dashboards, & Apps


Markdown & Other Output Formats

  • tidystats – automating updating of model statistics
  • papaja – preparing APA journal articles
  • blogdown – build websites with Markdown & Hugo
  • huxtable – create Excel, html, & LaTeX tables
  • xaringan – make slideshows via remark.js and markdown
  • summarytools – produces neat, quick data summary tables
  • citr – RStudio Addin to Insert Markdown Citations

Cloud, Server, & Database

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Statistical Modeling & Machine Learning

Books

Courses

Cheat sheets

Time series

Survival analysis

Bayesian

Miscellaneous

  • corrr – easier correlation matrix management and exploration

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Natural Language Processing & Text Mining

Regular Expressions

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Geographic & Spatial mapping


Bioinformatics & Computational Biology

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Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) &
Graphical User Inferfaces (GUIs)

Descriptions mostly taken from their own websites:

  • RStudio*** – Open source and enterprise ready professional software
  • Jupyter Notebook*** – open-source web application that allows you to create and share documents that contain live code, equations, visualizations and narrative text across dozens of programming languages.
  • Microsoft R tools for Visual Studio – turn Visual Studio into a powerful R IDE
  • R Plugins for Vim, Emax, and Atom editors
  • Rattle*** – GUI for data mining
  • equisse – RStudio add-in to interactively explore and visualize data
  • R Analytic Flow – data flow diagram-based IDE
  • RKWard – easy to use and easily extensible IDE and GUI
  • Eclipse StatET – Eclipse-based IDE
  • OpenAnalytics Architect – Eclipse-based IDE
  • TinnR – open source GUI and IDE
  • DisplayR – cloud-based GUI
  • BlueSkyStatistics – GUI designed to look like SPSS and SAS 
  • ducer – GUI for everyone
  • R commander (Rcmdr) – easy and intuitive GUI
  • JGR – Java-based GUI for R
  • jamovi & jmv – free and open statistical software to bridge the gap between researcher and statistician
  • Exploratory.io – cloud-based data science focused GUI
  • Stagraph – GUI for ggplot2 that allows you to visualize and connect to databases and/or basic file types
  • ggraptr – GUI for visualization (Rapid And Pretty Things in R)
  • ML Studio – interactive Shiny platform for data visualization, statistical modeling and machine learning

R & other software and languages

R & Excel

R & Python

R & SQL

  • sqldf – running SQL statements on R data frames

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