Archive for month: April, 2010

There are virtues to an illegible chart

21 April, 2010 (18:54) | charts, data visualization | By: jerome

It all started with an extreme pie chart A few weeks back, there’s been a chart on aid who’s made the rounds of the internet: What this chart shows is that US aid is concentrated in a few countries. The article explains that this is a result of the 3D doctrine, which ties development with […]

Playing with Tableau contest datasets

4 April, 2010 (21:05) | Uncategorized | By: jerome

I’ve played a bit with the other 3 datasets of the Tableau Public contest. When I get to see what others have done, it will be easier to take something from that after having manipulated them. The one I’ve spent most time with is the US budget spending one. Here’s the sheet I came up […]