A connected scatterplot is a scatterplot with a third ordered variable used to connect the encoding between X and Y positions. This third variable is often time.
Original Analysis of the originalHere are a series of questions I use to analyse a chart. Where are my eyes drawn?: My eyes are drawn to the blue arc for… Read More
Let’s talk about what to use instead of dual axis charts. Here are 5 alternatives – Side-by-side charts. 2 charts labelled directly, Prioritizing and levelling, connected scatterplot and indexed charts.
We sometimes come across a dataset that stumps us. The Philadelphia Real Estate Transfers was one such dataset for me. Inspired by Eva Murray’s work, I decided to use a cycle plot here.
This month’s #SWDChallenge was to visualize a specific dataset and create visualization(s) to answer specific questions. This is different from an open-ended data analysis where we go on looking for… Read More
My aim with this makeover was to create a chart that shows the relation between Obstetrics Fistula (OF) and lifetime maternal deaths in various countries.
Like with most other charts, dual axis charts have their good and bad. They are often used to compare two data series in a small amount of space.