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I've encountered this exact issue myself in a previous project and there were a few main things we decided on: Time—being continuous—should be shown as such, regardless of the fluctuations in local times In this case, your third example violates this requirement. All times should be correct so they can be correlated to real-life experiences e.g. "Why was ...
As i understand, you need to show n number of rate-able criteria without making them boring. You could use 3*n(4 if 12) grid or scroll-able groups. Let me show...
You could use a stacked column chart with a threshold line and some sort of effect to emphasize when the threshold was reached e.g. You can add a legend to specify what each color stands for (which variable it is). BTW, I added an effect to the 2007 and 2008 columns by mistake - ignore them.
List of upcoming articles, disabled until they are published I think the biggest issue to deal with (from my own writing experience) is that when you're writing part 1, you probably don't even know what the later parts will be yet, how many of them there are, let alone what they'll be called. So this makes it difficult to show (even a disabled) list of ...
Regarding your scoring algorithm questions, you might find this presentation by Dan McKinley from Etsy useful. For your second question, you might want to have your site initially display fewer items in the feed, but auto load additional items when the user scrolls to the bottom of the feed.
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