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Selecting a Chart Based on the Number of Variables

Deciding on a chart is not as simple as identifying which can display the right number of variables, but it can be a helpful starting point.

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Academic Research Done on Alluvial Diagrams

I’ve started to compile a list of academic papers and any related articles that study or use a particular type of visualisation.

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Chart Selection Guide

Which chart type do I select to communicate a particular message and/or analyse the property of a dataset?

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Graph Tool eBook Guide For Adobe Illustrator

Learn to master the Graph Tools in Adobe Illustrator for infographic and data visualization work.

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Mastering Graphs for Adobe Illustrator Pros

A data visualization course for those already experienced in using Illustrator and want to master the Graph Tools on the application. Read more here.

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Learn to Become a Dataviz Pro on Adobe Illustrator

If you’re a data visualization practitioner that has no idea how to use Adobe Illustrator, but want to learn how to use this application, then read this.

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Data Visualization Flash Cards for Learning & Inspiration

Last autumn, Jon Schwabish and myself launched a pack of flash cards based off the Graphic Continuum project that we collaborated on.

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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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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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