Data Points: Sample chapter
Data Points by Nathan Yau of FlowingData.com and author of Visualize This.
We broke up because: Comparing pies and slope graphs as forms of data visualization Lee Byron, who has previously work with David McCandless, has done an interesting analysis that breaks down the timing and methods for breakups. I really like his time-series analysis.
Foursquare CEO Dennis Crowley has shown off a fascinating visualization that tracks the “pulse” of check-ins in New York City and Tokyo at recent events. The company has now posted the clip online so that we can all enjoy it.
Deroy Peraza from Hyperakt has been working on a follow-up project to the World Cup poster they published in 2010. The Champions Ring is a huge set of sports championships visualizations using radial brackets. The collection features 427 radial brackets (and counting) for the big 5 major leagues in the United States (MLB, NFL, NBA, NHL, MLS), the Football (read Soccer) Champions League, the Euro and the World Cup. Fine art prints of the posters can be ordered on demand from Curioos.
Has the income distribution changed over the last decades? How do the incomes of celebrities, CEOs and hedge fund managers compare?? The book “An Illustrated Guide to Income in the United States” designed by data visualization and infographics developer Catherine Mulbrandon, is providing all the answers. Based on a successfully funded Kickstarter project back in 2011, the book contains a comprehensive collection of infographics, maps and charts that reveal the history of incomes and occupations in the United States.
This article is part of Aryng‘s ”analytics tips for executives” series specially addressing CEO, CMO, CPO, VP of Marketing/Product, GM, Head of Business Unit.