Connect with your users on a more personal level with localized visualizations

Create localized data visualizations – match your users cultural expectations

For businesses to grow in today’s climate, content creators and marketers must think about their strategies on a global scale. The adaptation of content to suit local audiences is known as content localization. It applies the concept of context to more than just translating words. Localization, at its most basic level, allows your users to […]

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Are Interactive Graphs Here to Stay?

This is a guest blog post by Rebeca Pop, founder of Vizlogue, a Data Visualization and Storytelling Lab that offers workshops and consulting services. You can find Rebeca on YouTube, where she posts data visualization videos. Rebeca has been providing insights and creating data visualizations for almost 10 years. She has worked as a digital […]

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Why Your Advocacy Needs Data Visualization to Connect

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Why Your Advocacy Needs Data Visualization to Connect

The COVID-19 pandemic triggered a funding crisis for non-government organizations (NGOs) and advocacies worldwide — right when they are needed the most. The World Economic Forum highlights economic downturn as the cause of the decline in future aid budgets and donations, which means NGOs and other advocacies will need to compete with one another over […]

Does Data Visualization Need Data Storytelling?  Or Does Data Storytelling Need Data Visualization?

Does Data Visualization Need Data Storytelling? Or Does Data Storytelling Need Data Visualization?

Image source: undraw.co. This is a guest blog post by Rebeca Pop, founder of Vizlogue, a Data Visualization and Storytelling Lab that offers workshops and consulting services. You can find Rebeca on YouTube, where she posts data visualization videos. Rebeca has been providing insights and creating data visualizations for almost 10 years. She has worked […]

Should You Start Using More Advanced Chart Types

Should You Start Using More Advanced Chart Types?

While I am not arguing that you should forget altogether about pie charts, bar charts, and line charts, there are situations in which a more innovative chart type could work better. After all, picking the right graph is a tremendous opportunity to tell a story and make a convincing argument by visualizing data. Why limit this opportunity to only what’s commonly used?

How to Create Financial Data Visualizations

How to Create Financial Data Visualizations

It can be difficult to communicate financial information to different audiences, but a well-designed graph or chart can help you to get your message across. As more and more work moves online, the ability to produce web-ready graphs and charts is important in any sector, but particularly in finance where it is often necessary to […]

How Effective is My Data Visualization? Well, It Depends…

How Effective is My Data Visualization? Well, It Depends…

This is a guest blog post by Rebeca Pop, founder of Vizlogue, a Data Visualization and Storytelling Lab that offers workshops and consulting services. You can find Rebeca on YouTube, where she posts data visualization videos every week. Rebeca has been providing insights and creating data visualizations for almost 10 years. She has worked as […]

How to make research data graphs and charts for the web

How to make research data graphs and charts for the web

If you are a researcher or academic, the growth of the internet has brought many opportunities for sharing your achievements with the world!  However, journal publication can still be a lengthy process, and sometimes you might just want to share a quick snippet of your research activities less formally. The good news is that it […]

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10 starting points to Visualize election data

In this article we are providing 10 visualizations that your newsroom can use as a starting point to share your electoral insights in a simple way.  Since the whole world is watching the US election coming up on November 3rd, we decided to use US data as a theme for this post. The article is […]

From spreadsheet to interactive chart

From spreadsheet to interactive chart

For visualization, spreadsheet tools such as Excel, Google Sheets, LibreOffice, etc. are often used to enter, organize and sort data. Then, one may look for ways to visualize the data using built-in charts’ functionality or his/her favorite 3rd party tool. In this guide, I will show you how to use any spreadsheet tool together with everviz to create a chart that communicates your data most effectively.

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Data Visualization and the Scientific Effect of Stories

This post was originally published on the Highcharts blog, and was transferred as part of the rebrand from Highcharts Cloud to everviz. More than 3,000 years ago, storytelling helped build one of the most famous civilizations on the planet. When the Dorians invaded the Greek peninsula, the people of the region did not have a […]