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Creating a Slopegraph in Adobe Illustrator

A Slopegraph is great for comparing the ‘before and after’ changes in quantities between two time periods. In this tutorial, I will show you how […]

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The Chinese site is now live

I’ve now had the website translated into Chinese (Mandarin Simplified), so that my work can be made available to the Chinese speaking world. Check it […]

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Further Exploration #3
3D Maps

In the last two posts (#1 and #2), I specifically looked a range of 3D charts, but didn’t included any 3D maps to display geographical […]

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Talk: Expanding Your Data Visualisation Vocabulary

On September 15th 2017 I will be delivering a seminar titled Expanding Your Data Visualisation Vocabulary with the goal of providing attendees a more versatile […]

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Top 5 Favourite Charts on Twitter

Just for a bit of fun, I posted a survey asking my Twitter subscribers what were their five favourite charts (in no particular order). What’s […]

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Further Exploration #2
3D Charts (Part 2)

In Further Exploration #1, I looked at charts that visualise data in 3D. In this post, I will continue to showcase and catalogue the different […]

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Check Out the New YouTube Channel

I’ve recently created a new YouTube channel dedicated to displaying all the chart reference pages in a video format. I’ve never really used YouTube as […]

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3d charts

Further Exploration #1
3D Charts (Part 1)

While it appears that I’ve covered a huge number amount charts on the main page, there is still an abundance of different charts out there that I have […]

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Chart Tattoos: Yes They Exist

You’ll be surprised what you find on the Web. A number of let’s say, enthusiastic people have permanently imprinted into themselves tattoos in the form […]

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Looking Deeper at Chart Types with Visualoop

Back in 2015 I contributed a series of blog posts to Visualoop that looked deeper into each of the chart type I had already covered by […]

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Alternative Data Visualization Libraries

The Data Visualisation Catalogue isn’t the only library of data visualization methods out there. A number of individuals have also taken it upon themselves to […]

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Which Chart Reference Pages are the Most Popular?

The Data Visualisation Catalogue website was launched on December 26th 2013 and has been running for 3 years now (from writing this post). Since then, […]

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The First Blog Post: A New Era!

Welcome! This will be the blog for the website. I thought it was about time to try something different now that I’ve researched into sixty […]

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