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Apertura 2016 End of Season Review - Part II

After examining team performance statistics in Part I, Part II of the End of Season review will look at some stats from the league as a whole. 286 more words


Thing 20: Presenting your Data

“Making things look pretty is not a waste of time” -Thing 20 video

We’ve all sat through presentations, or scrolled down webpages, that present data in some mind-numbingly awful ways. 277 more words

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13 Interesting Graphs That Sum Up Your Life Perfectly

Making wry observations of everyday life, artist Chaz Huton created a daily dose of chart drawings using Sticky Notes to brighten up any day with hilarious illustrations that encapsulate a smack into the realities of life. 558 more words

Best dataviz of 2016

I’m going to return to 2014’s approach of dividing best visualisation of data (dataviz!) from visualisation of methods (methodviz!).

In the first category, as soon as I saw… 208 more words


Programming #5: Graphs

Imagine that we want to represent a social network in a data structure. A connection between two people will imply that they know each other. With what we have discussed so far, trees jump out as the obvious way to represent connections between nodes. 1,883 more words


Stephanie Evergreen Reblog: Two alternatives to using a second Y-axis

Almost as often as I see a pie chart with a hundred tiny slivers, I see line graphs using two y-axes. And it is just as bad.

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Apertura 2016 End of Season Review - Part I

During this longĀ lull before the Apertura 2016 Gran Final, let’s take a look back at some of the stats from the regular season.

Tijuana was theĀ  386 more words