Reporters, media personalities, coaches and even former players often like to compare NBA basketball back in the days to how the game is played today. We could say that the general consensus is that today’s NBA basketball is faster, quicker and that the players are bigger, stronger and more athletic. 600 more words
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I must say this week’s Makeover Monday dataset was something I never expected as it was on data from The Tate Collection. As the data was focusing on how much of the collection was owned by Joseph Mallord William Turner, it was a logical decision to focus my entry this around the topic. 334 more words
Over the past few weeks I’ve seen some inspiring works which highlight the way ahead for data visualisation. While well tabulated, graphed and mapped data in 2D can provide a high level of information for interpretation and decision making – shouldn’t good data also make you feel something? 709 more words
It’s been nearly a week since the Tableau Conference went on tour to London for Data 17 and in that period, I had only done one viz which was this week’s Makeover Monday. 497 more words
On its own, data is a series of facts and statistical information. Although data surrounds us, without context, it can be hard to draw any insights about what story the data is telling. 181 more words
*This falls under the #100DaysOfCode challenge.
The Data visualisation, especially data scientific appliance to storytelling and journalism, has been a fascinated topic. I had been thinking to start my own project on my career path, but there were not much of demands of it. 670 more words