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.
For this week’s MakeoverMonday challenge we are looking at car insurance rates – the minimum and the maximum – for each US state. There are significant differences between the states and the visualization I found that aims to show these differences is in need of a makeover.
week 49, Andy picked a dataset about union membership, from an article by Mona Chalabi, who writes for the Guardian and is a recognised journalist who uses data visualisation and data art to make information more accessible.
This week we’re looking at a viz and data collected by Spencer Philips Hey, who brought together years worth of data about clinical trials and all their published details.
For week 29, Andy picked a topic that is likely to cause a few people to blush. It’s always interesting
It’s Pride Month which offers a great opportunity to remind people that we’re not done yet when it comes to equality.
So it’s important to use our #MakeoverMonday platform also to highlight inequality, attitudes, opinions and perceptions.
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?
For this week’s Makeover Monday we’re analyzing US population prediction data. Population is a fascinating topic and having such a neat dataset available certainly helps to explore it further.
Happy New Year and welcome to another year of Makeover Monday and creating better data stories.