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A diagram showing the relation between different quantities

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The simplest solution would be to employ arrows at the line ends. Alternatives are graphics that show direction of the flow. They can be animated in the loop in a close up and stay static in the zoo …
answered Oct 24 '15 by Zoe K
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Typical solution for this case would be applying logarithmic scale to a normal graph. In your case it's only 3 properties, so best option would be a bar chart. With your example that would mean log …
answered Dec 4 '14 by Zoe K
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(repeating my comment with illustration of my point) The choice of the datavis will depend on the data in the focus. For example, the main objective is to compare the cost vs income. I would do it as …
answered Dec 30 '14 by Zoe K
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Thing is there is no type of data vis that works well for data that is dispersed too much. Hence the solution will depend not on the type of graph but on the application of the logarithmic scale to th …
answered Oct 20 '15 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 …
answered Oct 19 '15 by Zoe K
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I use Adobe Illustrator. Sometimes I do the charts by hand, sometimes I use the Chart tool — it's clunky but it works, most often I use a combination of both. This being said, you can't just uplode th …
answered Jan 8 '16 by Zoe K
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There are a few pre-made category color sets for Datavis, made by Mike Bostock, that go up to 20 colors: However, in my POV they are not very interesting aesthetically, so if you are into a custom …
answered Jan 26 '16 by Zoe K