Learning to Data
Tutorials, Books, and Guides
Quickly compare two time series variables with this line-area chart hybrid that originated in the 1700s.
The conterminous United States always gets the attention, while Alaska and Hawaii are often left out. It is time to bring them back into view.
It’s like working with a bunch of tiny dots, and oh look, all of sudden patterns emerge.
The relatively new and lesser known time series visualization can be useful if you know what you’re looking at, and they take up a lot less space.
The code to create these bar chart variations is almost the same as if you were to make a standard bar chart. But make sure you get the math right.
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 …