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If you are talking about folksonomy, then company is not really responsible for the user-generated content, however, this can and will influence the perceived professionalism of the service provider. …
answered May 22 '16 by Zoe K
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Here is how Michael Bostock, the creator of D3 language, is showing it: http://bl.ocks.org/mbostock/3035090 The gap is obvious and self-explanatory enough. I also like your own solution, but I woul …
answered Dec 18 '14 by Zoe K
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Cramming 3 variables into the map is really not the best solution — it will most likely not be readable. This being said, it can still be done. You could combine a bivariate map from Harshit's answe …
answered Jan 15 '16 by Zoe K
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To me a sunburst, hiveplot or a sankey diagram seem better options, depending on the context of the data. Hiveplot shows all data layers without the liability of pie-chart-like design that makes … where flows are going, and I suspect in this case some of the figures might be cross-dependent, for example, part of the revenue can go into expenses or assets, so not all data is on the same level …
answered Jul 23 '15 by Zoe K
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: can be bulked. Statistics (?) — depends on whether you can show all this data from different files in one graph, if yes, then bulk (but showing more than 10-15 players in one chart could make it …
answered Dec 5 '15 by Zoe K
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use instead would be a bar chart or block-bar chart to display the same data which is a standard visualisation for your case. Vypr VPN & OS X Activity Monitor, respectively. You can use D3 to build such a component. https://github.com/mbostock/d3/releases …
answered Oct 19 '15 by Zoe K
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Oooh, pretty. Yeah, well, hairballs (this kind of huge graphs you have shown) are pretty much useless because unreadable. Genomicists and bioinformaticians have discovered this early in the days bec …
answered Jan 21 '16 by Zoe K
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I would use a heatmap here. Heatmap is, essentially, colored cells behind the values. Intensity of color shows how big the value is.
answered Dec 12 '14 by Zoe K
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I think these are two different problems, not mutually exclusive ones at that. In a product you can design with the data from the user research, regardless of whether the product is data driven or … non-data driven. In a data-driven product where users have a need of working with data and operating data visualisations you can display open data or proprietary data. Displaying data is pervasive …
answered Mar 16 '16 by Zoe K
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Talk to the users to see their patterns of working with the data and their preferences on how to get it refreshed — cyclically, on demand or else. …
answered May 26 '16 by Zoe K
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While your mission to propagate an aesthetic factor in Data Viz domain is great, both versions have issues in their current state. Vertical text — always bad, never use it. 50-pixel legend serifs … that are of no function. There are no grid lines for the eye to follow. The eye will be lost in the middle of the chart without them, and the data will be seen quite approximately, which defeats the …
answered Oct 19 '15 by Zoe K