Beeswarm

It emphasizes individual points in a distribution instead of binning them like a histogram.

How to Make Better-Looking, More Readable Charts in R

Defaults are generalized settings to work with many datasets. This is fine for analysis, but data graphics for presentation benefit from context-specific design.

Remote Workers vs. Non-Remote Workers

How the schedules between remote and non-remote workers differ during workdays.

A visualization game to understand education and school segregation

Educate Your Child by Gabrielle LaMarr LeMee uses census data and the school…

Switching Jobs

When people move to different jobs, here's where they go.

Statistical diversity in US newsrooms

If a news organization wants to talk about the world in a fair…

How I Made That: Interactive Beeswarm Chart to Compare Distributions

The histogram is my favorite chart type, but it's unintuitive for many. So I've been using the less accurate but less abstract beeswarm.

Most Female and Male Occupations Since 1950

The shifting majorities of the sexes in the workplace.

Divorce and Occupation

Some jobs tend towards higher divorce rates. Some towards lower. Salary also probably plays a role.

Shifting Incomes for Young People

Compare incomes for young people from the Millennial generation and the baby boomer generation.

How to Make Beeswarm Plots in R to Show Distributions

Try the more element-based approach instead of your traditional histogram or boxplot.

Shifting Incomes for American Jobs

For various occupations, the difference between the person who makes the most and the one who makes the least can be significant.