I've a data design challenge that requires the presentation of data where the data is comparable (can be plotted or presented as a table) but who's data points are inconsistent.
Inconsistency occurs in that one data series will consist of monthly data points whereas a comparable series will be represent with weekly data points that in turn can be aggregated to provide a monthly average.
The challenge is to present the data in an accessible (comprehensible) way.
As for a little background the data is of type price / value / weight and used for financial analysis and market forecasting purposes.
Because of the financial nature examples and practices are hard to come by, I've a few ideas of how to present this type of data but would like to hear if anyone can point me in the direction of any design patterns I can base further thoughts on?
I've added this example - don't worry about the data