There are several places we go to for inspiration in terms of getting data visualizations done right. Among them are the 5 resources below. It is not just important to select the right types of visualizations for the data, but also get the colours, spacing, font, hue/opacity/saturation right!
P/S: There are full degrees in graphic design for data visualizations now.
Allows you to look at interactive graphs/charts. Data ranges from population statistics to “do you think people take advantage of you” surveys. Data sets are likely to be huge and all data are referenced(Harvard style referencing). Allows you to embed the data and create interactive maps online instantly! (without installation and coding)
Our verdict: Not easy to get the values in pre-defined dataset, but it should work better since this is still the beta stage.
Allows you to create fancy data visualisations such as chord diagram, treemap, sunburst, streamgraph, bubble charts. Worth a look!
Recycling charts for art. Very interesting posts to expand your mind about what data visualisations can do.
You can just view data visualisations here, but they are in-te-res-ting.
Who would have thought Bloomberg has a selection of the most colourful data visualisations?