Posts Tagged ‘ dot plot ’

A look at how the New York Times readers look at the others

January 16, 2018
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A look at how the New York Times readers look at the others

Kaiser Fung, creator of Junk Charts and Principal Analytics Prep, discusses a popular chart by the New York Times on the impact of the Trump tax bill on middle-class households.

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Using a bardot chart for survey data

December 4, 2017
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Using a bardot chart for survey data

Kaiser Fung, founder of Junk Charts and Principal Analytics Prep, finds new ways to visualize market research data coming from a study of consumer attitudes toward Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Microsoft Google, and Twitter by Verge.

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Fifty-nine intersections supporting forty dots of data

October 31, 2017
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Fifty-nine intersections supporting forty dots of data

Kaiser Fung, creator of Junk Charts and Principal Analytics Prep, borrows an idea from Ed Tufte to remake a data graphic by the Economist on income and wealth inequality across different countries.

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Excel is the graveyard of charts, no!

October 5, 2017
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Excel is the graveyard of charts, no!

Kaiser Fung, creator of Junk Charts blog and founder of Principal Analytics Prep, encourages Excel users to work harder at making nice data graphics.

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The salaries are attractive but the chart isn’t

August 29, 2017
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The salaries are attractive but the chart isn’t

Kaiser Fung, founder of Junk Charts and Principal Analytics Prep, was impressed by the salaries but not by the visualization of engineering salaries in an IEEE journal.

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Visualizing electoral college politics: exercise in displaying relationships between variables

August 3, 2017
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Visualizing electoral college politics: exercise in displaying relationships between variables

Kaiser Fung, founder of Junk Charts and Principal Analytics Prep, a next-gen data analytics bootcamp, shows how to portray complex multivariate relationships using electoral college politics as an example.

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Some like it packed, some like it piled, and some like it wrapped

June 16, 2017
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Some like it packed, some like it piled, and some like it wrapped

Kaiser Fung, founder of Principal Analytics Prep and Junk Charts, discusses chart innovations by Stephen Few and the Human-Computer Interaction Lab at the University of Maryland.

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Reorientation in the French election

April 25, 2017
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Reorientation in the French election

Financial Times has this chart up about the voters for the National Front, which is Marie Le Pen's party. I find the chart very hard to decipher, even though I usually like the dot plot format. The first thing to...

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Your charts need the gift of purpose

March 21, 2017
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Your charts need the gift of purpose

Via Twitter, I received this chart: My readers are nailing it when it comes to finding charts that deserve close study. On Twitter, the conversation revolved around the inversion of the horizontal axis. Favorability is associated with positive numbers, and...

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Much more to do after selecting a chart form

March 6, 2017
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Much more to do after selecting a chart form

I sketched out this blog post right before the Superbowl - and was really worked up as I happened to be flying into Atlanta right after they won (well, according to any of our favorite "prediction engines," the Falcons had...

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