mostly about data visualization
- Is it easy to replicate the default settings of one charting software in another charting software?
The question is it easy to replicate the default settings of one charting software in another charting software bothered me for some time. Are the default settings more universal or less universal? Do different vendors have different attitudes towards what … CONTINUE READING >>>
# Excel, Google Data Studio, Line chart, Power BI, R, Same chart many tools, Tableau
- Let’s Bring Some Data Density to Financial Presentations
Managers rarely have time to thoroughly explore financial presentations, that is why you need to make as much information available as quickly as possible — an easily readable data-dense visualization serves this purpose well. In my pursuit to make denser bar charts, I found five techniques that I will share on Nightingale
# Article, Bar chart, Excel, financial analysis, Nightingale
- Spotting the turbulence or How to visualize the yield curve?
How does one draw the dynamics of a changing curve? This article will be dedicated to experiments of drawing the evolution of the whole yield curve over time.
# 3D, Animation, Article, Heatmap, Line chart, R, Ridgeline, Small multiples, Tableau
- Same chart – 9 online charting tools
Imagine the situation – we want a beautiful and interactive chart on our website but have no knowledge of D3 or other fancy stuff, so, to pick a solution I am quickly trying them all and making a recommendation based on this experience.
# amCharts, Article, Datawrapper, Flourish, Google Data Studio, Google Sheets, Highcharts, Infogram, Plotly, Same chart many tools, Stacked bar chart, Visme
- Templates of various non-standard charts for Tableau
Here are my templates of various charts to reproduce when needed. Not all of them are useful, some are just fun to make.
# Tableau, Template