A simple bar chart for this week’s #MakeoverMonday about tech companies in Scotland
A quick visualization to show the benefits of working from home, as reported via a survey.
For this week’s #MakeoverMonday we’re looking at how many visits abroad people from the UK are making on a monthly basis.
This week sees us tackle another #Viz5 dataset, focusing on a gender equality topic: women in power, i.e. the parliamentary representation of women. The dataset comes from the World Bank and the team at Operation Fistula created a visualization for us to use as a starting point.
Sometimes I stumble across dataviz gems with topics that make me smile. This is one of those weeks with the topic being the flipper and bill length of different types of penguins in Antarctica.
For this week’s #MakeoverMonday, Charlie chose a chart from a BBC article about the prevalence of mental health issues between men and women and across different age groups.
For week 26 of this year, we are tackling another dataset about Gender Equality. This time the data comes from the World Bank and looks at Women’s Economic Empowerment.
Fos this week’s #MakeoverMonday challenge, Charlie picked a chart about Amazon’s revenue vs profit. Line charts are a great way to capture time-series data at different levels of granularity.
In #MakeoverMonday we naturally mix heavier topics with some lighter and easier ones. We also aim to have a good variety of datasets. For this week I chose soccer in the US as a topic.
This week Charlie chose a viz about the eating habits of people in the UK. Plant-based foods and a plant-based