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Collection of data visualizations to get inspired and finding the right type.

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FoamTree: addictively interactive Voronoi treemap What are the requirements of FoamTree? FoamTree requires JavaScript and HTML5 canvas support. It will work on any major browser, including Chrome, Firefox, IE10+, Edge and Safari. Will FoamTree run on mobile devices? Yes, FoamTree will run on Android and iOS phones and tablets. Touch-enabled laptops are also supported. untitled Choosing the right chart is a fundamental task in order to guarantee a good communication and visualization of business data that allows us to make a good analysis. The objective of this article is not to know in detail all the types of charts that you can use, but to help you select the best type of chart for your data, presenting you with some methodologies. We make decisions every day in all areas of the company, some are of great importance, and if Business Dashboards composed mainly of charts are used to make them, we must know how to properly select these charts to be able to answer business questions clearly and with precision.

Lucas Maassen a publication by: Onomatopee Editor:Josh Plough Contributors: Yi-Fei Chen Alorah HarmanDiogo RinaldiRobin Weidner How COVID-19 Has Impacted Media Consumption, by Generation View the high-resolution of the infographic by clicking here. Since March of this year, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced millions of people to physically distance themselves from others, yet many feel closer to their loved ones than ever before. When it comes to brands, consumers have forged relationships that could be just as meaningful.

untitled With the explosion of interest in information visualization, I find taxonomies of visualization approaches to be very useful in organizing knowledge and facilitating use of different visualization approaches. The Periodic Table of Visualization Methods, hosted by the impressive Swiss Visual Literacy project, is the most comprehensive visualization taxonomy I have seen. It divides visualizations into Data, Information, Concept, Strategy, Metaphor, and Compound Visualizations. Each of these is then classified as a process or structure visualization, and further subdivided into whether they show detail, overview, or detail and overview, and whether they support convergent or divergent thinking. Role Play Education Launch August 25th. Published in conjunction with Onomatopee’s Do it With Others festival on the 25th August 2018. -- Can creative engagement be found or does it need to be distributed? And if we can find it how do we coax it out?

untitled Identify the most effective graphical elements to use in your presentation In this step, decide what charts will provide the most convincing display of your quantitative evidence. Take your index cards from step 6, and on each card that represents quantitative data, draw a thumbnail sketch of which chart or graphic you will use to best present that data. Then continue to step 8: Slide layout. Designing the Future of Food Upon entry into this world, our senses guide our most basic instincts and influence decision-making processes throughout our lives: from the ways we build culture to the people we choose as partners. Issue 04 probes the ways that designing for all the senses can lead to embracing the ingredients, flavors, experiences and routines needed to address the coming food crisis. From understanding how the science of our multisensory wiring is fundamental to unlocking environmental and gustatory diversity to a blueprint for designing a truly sustainable, hyper-regional food ecology built on flavor, we focus on geography the shifting nature of our relationship with the built and natural environment. We question the philosophical underpinnings surrounding the hierarchy of the senses and celebrate the joy of eating with the hand while examining how the current landscape of human-computer interaction research that will quantify and amplify our capacity to taste.