Learning to Data
Tutorials, Books, and Guides
Let readers focus on the regions they care about to make their own comparisons and conclusions.
It might not be sexy, but you have to load your data and get it in the right format before you can visualize it. Here are the basics, which might be all you need.
Fill those empty polygons with color, based on shapefile or external data.
No need to settle for the mapping defaults in R. Apply map projections to show geographic data in a way most suitable for your work.
Before you can do anything with data, you have to get it into the application. Working with an Arduino is no different. Although the process is changes, if you're used to working with desktop software.
Guides and Tips
Accessing government data from the source is frustrating. If you've done it, or at least tried to, you know the pain that is oddly formatted…
Naked Statistics by Charles Wheelan promises a fun, non-boring introduction to statistics that doesn't leave you drifting off into space, thinking about anything that is…
Here's where to go next once you've covered the basics of visualization. When it's time to actually start making things.
Data is an abstraction of something that happened in the real world. How people move. How they spend money. How a computer works. The tendency…
Tips on making it through, what I would tell my previous self going in, and advice on taking advantage of the unique opportunity that is graduate school.