After a few weeks of more in-depth datasets I decided to use a dataset that was shorter and simpler, with the option for people to add more context should they wish to do so.
When I came across a dataset about spacewalks at the International Space Station, I knew I had to use it for Makeover Monday, especially because there were so many awesome vizzes from a previous NASA dataset about solar eclipses.
Andy found a great dataset for this week’s challenge: rankings of stadium popcorn at NBA stadiums across the US.
I created a viz that’s very similar to the original, because I liked it already
For this week’s makeover, we’re collaborating with RJ Andrews on his recent book ‘Info We Trust’. RJ gave me a fun word cloud and the data behind the 270 most common word-forms in the book.
For this week’s Makeover, Andy picked a dataset that looks at the fiscal health of all 50 US states. Where do different states place in the ranking?
We as humans have a poor track record when it comes to looking after the planet we live on. Quite frankly, we’re awful at it and plastic waste is a massive contributor to the problem.
For week 13 we are using a viz about consumer spending by generation, using data that indicates what people spend
The Reykjavik Index proved to be an excellent topic and data and charts to draw inspiration from and I wanted to see how the community would re-imagine the dataset.
For week 10 we are collaborating with the team at Operation Fistula to support their mission and to bring more visibility and awareness to the issue of obstetric fistula (‘the worst thing you’ve never heard of’).
For this week’s MakeoverMonday challenge, we look at data about bicycle imports to the UK from 2010 – 2016.