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# Tag: graphs

# Data visualization with statistical reasoning: formats for showing uncertainty

This blog post is one of a series highlighting specific images from my book Data Visualization: charts, maps and interactive … More

# Data visualization with statistical reasoning: seeing uncertainty with the bootstrap

This blog post is one of a series highlighting specific images from my book Data Visualization: charts, maps and interactive … More

# Data visualization with statistical reasoning: many variables

This post is in a series that take one image from my book Data Visualization: charts, maps and interactive graphics, … More

# Unpublished work: visualising and communicating uncertainty in composite performance indicators

This is (perhaps the last) in my short series of academic endeavours that never got finished and published This developed … More

# Dataviz and methodviz of the year, 2017

My dataviz of the year is Biolojical’s pictograms using emojis. Here’s an example: About how many babies at a time?1š¤°š¦šµš¦š“š¦šŖš«šš®š³š¬š¼ššØš§2š¦šššÆš¦š»š¦ šļø3-10ššæļøš°šš¶š¦š±š¦š¦š¦10-100š¦š¢šššš¦š¦šš“š¹š·š„100-1000šøš¦š·ļøšš„š»~1Kšš šš½~10Kšš>100Kšš¦š¦š„ššµš² … More

# Dataviz of the week: gene map (introducing PCA & Procrustes)

“Genes mirror geography within Europe” is a recent paper looking at genetic data on 300 people from across Europe, with … More

# Dataviz of the week: England Fried Chicken

Gwilym Lockwood, aka Vizzee Rascal, probably the single greatest expert on fried chicken shop nomenclature in the British Isles, made … More

# Dataviz of the week 17/11/17

This week, dataviz meets Bayes. Jonah Gabry, Daniel Simpson and some other Bayes badasses have ythis paper on ArXiv: Visualization … More

# Dataviz of the week, 18/10/17 (thicknesse visible)

Two charts for you today, each encoding a variable as line thickness in a fairly intuitive way. Both happen to … More