Further Exploration #14: 3D Treemaps That Use Extrusion

Looking at projects that have used 3D Treemaps that use extrusion to visualise an additional variable.

Further Exploration #13: 3D Treemap Spheres and Cylinders

Continuing on at exploring 3D Treemaps, this post takes a look at Treemaps that use spheres or cyclinders in their design.

Further Exploration #12: 3D Treemap Cubes

Looking through 3D Treemaps that use a cube design, such as the Information Cube, the Treecube, and the Magic Treemap Cube.

Further Exploration #11: Bar/Column Chart Variations

Looking at: Lollipop Chart, Triangle Bar Chart, Back-To-Back Bar Chart, Progressive Bar Chart, Waterfall Chart, Change Bar Chart, Pareto Chart and more.

Further Exploration #10: Proportional Area Chart Variations

Exploring some of the different ways Proportional Area Charts can be used.

Further Exploration #9: Isochrone Maps (Travel Time Maps)

Exploring the many variations of Isochrone Maps from both the past and present.

Further Exploration #8 – Triangular Plots

This post explores the various kinds of triangular (tri-axes) graphs that are currently being used. Most notably, Ternary Graphs are their variations.

Further Exploration #7Area Graph Variations

In this post, I will look through the many types of Area Graphs that exist, that I haven’t touched on in the past.

Further Exploration #6Cartograms

Instead of displaying data over geographical regions, Cartograms communicate data values by manipulating the forms of those geographical regions.

Further Exploration #5Multidimensional Boxplot Variations

While I’ve already covered Box Plots, there are a series of Box Plot variations that can display the distribution of data over two, three or even more dimensions.

Further Exploration #4Box Plot Variations

Originally introduced and popularised by the American mathematician John Wilder Tukey, a Box Plot (also known as a Box and Whisker Plot) is a type […]

Further Exploration #33D 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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Chart Snapshot: Hex Cartograms

A variation of the Mosaic Cartogram that uses hexagons instead of squares to make up regions.

Chart Snapshot: Mosaic Cartograms

A data map where the regions are made up of square tiles, resembling a piece of mosaic art.

Chart Snapshot: Non-contiguous Cartograms

A type of Cartogram where the regions are resized based on a numerical variable, while borders’ shapes are preserved and not connected.

Chart Snapshot: Raisz Cartograms

A Cartogram variation where the regions are represented with rectangles sized in proportion to their values.