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The Data Visualisation Catalogue

The Data Visualisation Catalogue

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Angular.js Directives for nvd3.js and d3.js ~ pie chart ~ nvd3js d3js angularjs How to create a basic chart Include angularjs-nvd3-directives.js in your HTML file. Include other dependencies for nvd3.js and d3.js. In the Angular App, include nvd3ChartDirectives as a dependency. var app = angular.module("nvd3TestApp", ['nvd3ChartDirectives']); Statistics Canada: Canada's national statistical agency Website Evaluation 2017 Please take a few minutes at the end of your visit today to anonymously tell us about your experience with the Statcan.gc.ca website. Choosing “Yes, after my visit” will open a new window that you can return to once you complete your visit to Statcan.gc.ca. Every Number Can Tell a Story: The Art and Business of Data Visualization Statisticians look for clarity in numbers. Artists understand how color and shape appeal to, and influence, people. Marketing professionals can combine the clarity of numbers with the appeal of graphics, using data visualization (DV) tools.

The little of visualisation design: Part 4 This is part of a series of posts about the 'little of visualisation design', respecting the small decisions that make a big difference towards the good and bad of this discipline. In each post I'm going to focus on just one small matter - a singular good or bad design choice - as demonstrated by a sample project. Each project may have many effective and ineffective aspects, but I'm just commenting on one. The 'little' of this next design concerns a really neat feature demonstrated in a project I reckon 99.9% of visualisation people are well familiar with: Gapminder.

SB Admin 2 - Free Bootstrap Admin Theme - Free Bootstrap Template Template Improvements in Version 2: New and improved custom jQuery enabled sidebar menu. Fully responsive and multi-leveled! Canadian socioeconomic database from Statistics Canada Website Evaluation 2017 Français Thank you for visiting Statistics Canada’s website. You have been selected to participate in a brief evaluation to help us improve the website. Mobile BI Design Framework: The Use of Colors - The Decision Factor Blog In mobile business intelligence (BI) design, the use of colors plays an important role because colors are some of the easier components to incorporate into our mobile assets. However, this ease of use often leads to misuse and, subsequently, ineffective design of our mobile solutions. I often find that the oversight happens not because we lack the knowledge or technical capability, but because we make the wrong assumptions. I always argue: simple is beautiful if we want our design to resonate with our customers (users).

This map visualizes human activity in cities around the World Last year the number of active mobile phones crossed the level 7.22 billion, while the number of people is estimated at the level of 7.2 billion. It basically means that there are more mobile devices than human beings and that statistically everyone in the world owns a mobile phone. What we are not fully aware of, is that each phone call, text message, and each movement of our device creates a huge amount of data.

5 Awesome Free Data Analysis Tools: Extract, Clean, and Share Your Data 05.01.2016 by Marisa Krystian Data analysis is the process of cleaning, inspecting, transforming, and modeling data in order to uncover useful information. Data analysis can be tricky! Lumira: Recreating the author Andy Kirks da Last night I was fortunate enough to attend a class presented by the author Andy Kirk which was a super speedy whistle stop tour through lots of content from his recent book "Data Visualisation - a successful design process". It was an unplanned event for me as I responded to a tweet saying there was 1 ticket left and as the event was taking place just 10 mins walk from my companies London office i jumped at the chance. It was a great class not only for those to whom the craft of Data Visualisation was new to them but also had some great nuggets for those wanting to optimize their design approach. As part of the class there were practical activities and one of note was to explore a data set on obesity trends from the World Health Authority.

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Twitter Mapping: Foundations Twitter’s Data Editor Highlights Challenges and Possibilities With more than 500 million tweets sent every day, Twitter data as a whole can seem huge and unimaginable, like cramming the contents of the Library of Congress into your living room. One way of trying to make that big data understandable is by making it smaller and easier to handle by giving it context; by putting it on a map. We Tweet As We Live This map by @miguelrios shows billions of those geotagged tweets on a map. The coolest thing?

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