For this week’s #Viz5 dataset I created an infographic in Canva, following analysis in Tableau. I used a long-form layout and was inspired by the colors of Operation Fistula’s latest social media campaign.
This week we tackle data about the US economy, with a visualization from the Visual Capitalist.
This week I create a heat map to show changes over time, supported by sparklines and specific labelling.
A quick and simple viz from me this week for video game sales numbers for Nintendo Switch (hardware and software).
I experimented with Canva this week to create a simple design after doing the data analysis in Tableau. I quite like this approach for small datasets and focused data stories that don’t require interactivity.
For this week’s #MakeoverMonday, Charlie chose a dataset about the unpaid apparel orders by US brands from their producers, resulting in severe detrimental impacts on workers rights and businesses.
For week 42 I created a heat map to show health spending in different countries over time. The US certainly stand out on a per capita basis.
This week’s dataviz challenge takes a terrible chart that communicates nothing and turns it into something that’s easy to understand.
This week’s #MakeoverMonday is a very simple chart in Tableau that I created during our #MMLIVE event to kick off the week of #data20.
This week I use Tableau and Canva to create an infographic style visualization focusing on the worst data point: almost 30% of girls in Chad are married by the age of 15.