Charts with two different y-axis are often used in the reporting of statistics. They can display two or more related…Read more on Dueling with axis: the problems with dual axis charts
In March I was fortunate enough to travel with a colleague to Chicago to participate in the annual NICAR (National…Read more on Bet your bottom dollar, you’ll lose the blues in Chicago
Three years ago, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) decided to start an experiment.Read more on Three years of Visual.ONS – what we’ve learned
The 2017 Family Spending data was released today. For the past three years the bulletin has been accompanied by an…Read more on How to customise an embedded interactive
New flow of funds data was published this morning. Alongside the main release are four interactive products which each look…Read more on Are you a user of flow of fund data? What interactive features are helpful in your work?
A stacked bar chart does much the same job as a regular or clustered bar chart in that it enables…Read more on Stacking the bars in your favour!
The principles and guidelines from part1 showed what data best suited a pie chart, solutions for labelling and using colour….Read more on The humble pie chart: part2
I recently wrote a blog post about axes on line charts starting at non-zero values. However, bar charts are a…Read more on Does the axis have to start at zero? (Part 2 – bar charts)
At the risk of ruffling a few data vis feathers … no? But there are often occasions when it should….Read more on Does the axis have to start at zero? (Part 1 – line charts)
The following blog post is written by Rob Davidson. Open Data Day has been again! Hundreds of events with thousands…Read more on Open Data Day 2016