For this #Viz5 challenge I focused on Eswatini and the hopeful trends related to HIV infections and AIDS related deaths in the small African nation.
As we turn over the calendar to 2021, we also kick off another year of #MakeoverMonday. This week’s visualization challenge is about the trail usage of people in the US, measured through observational data in outdoor areas where trails provide access to nature for people across the country.
The last #MakeoverMonday of 2020 is about cocoa imports by Europe, Asia & Oceania and the Americas. Check out the bar chart I created as a makeover to address the shortcomings of the original.
This week’s dataset is all about the work of Bob Ross and the elements in his paintings and the frequency with which they appear. I focused on those elements that hardly ever got painted…
Analyzing the transatlantic relationships between the US and Germany via a heatmap.
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).
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.