Learning to Data
Tutorials, Books, and Guides
How to make a bunch of maps and string them together to show change.
How to make a more readable and more visually accurate map, before you dive into the big transitions.
Rarely do you have evenly-spaced data across an entire geographic space. Here is a way to fill in the gaps.
There are many ways to show parts of a whole. Here are quick one-liners for the more common ones.
Try the more element-based approach instead of your traditional histogram or boxplot.
Guides and Tips
Your standard choropleth map shows geographic areas colored by a single variable. You’re reading this, so you’ve seen them before. …
Naked Statistics by Charles Wheelan promises a fun, non-boring introduction to statistics that doesn’t leave you drifting off into space, …
If you take away anything from The Visual Display of Quantitative Information, make it the epilogue. This is the most …