Tag: storytellingwithdata

The 10 cities with the most Airbnbs

The 10 cities with the most Airbnbs

In recent years, Airbnb has grown to become one of the most popular websites for holiday homes and other short-term rentals. It allows property owners to gain income from their accommodation, and it provides travellers with a wide range of rental choices. 

How to create a candlestick chart

How to create a candlestick chart

A candlestick chart is a type of graph used to display financial information such as trading patterns. The column of the candlestick is known as the ‘real bar’ and is used to show the prices at the opening and closing of the day’s trading.

Mining for stories

Data expert Diana Guerrero offers tips and tricks on how to mine data sets for insights and outliers.

Low vision and visualizations with everviz

Low vision and visualizations with everviz

In this post we’ll take a closer look at low vision and how it relates to visualizations with everviz.
“Low vision” refers to visual impairments other than blindness. Other terms, like “partially sighted” and “sight impaired,” have different meanings depending on the context.

Top 5 benefits of accessible websites

Top 5 benefits of accessible websites

This article will focus on all the benefits you will be rewarded with a solid accessibility strategy for your website. Without going too deep into the technical aspects, we are going to discuss how you can make an impact for the people that are most important to your business: your customers and visitors. On top of that you’re contributing positively to society.

How to Create A Waterfall Chart

How to create a waterfall chart

Waterfall charts are used to visualize cumulative values, where each data point contributes to a running total. The data points are displayed as floating columns, often connected by a line to illustrate the sequential relationship.

How to create a map

How to create a map

An interactive map allows users to explore and engage with data plotted on geographical coordinates. Many interactive maps will allow users to pan or zoom in on a location of interest. Some may allow users to see more detailed information by selecting features on the map. Maps can be used as visualization tools to display data associated with geographical locations in different ways.

Visualizing health data: Past, present, future

Let’s start with a few key statistics. Healthcare takes more than 10% of the GDP of most developed countries. In fact, in 2020, 21% of the US GDP was spent on healthcare. That is more than any other US program. Healthcare amounted to 12.8% of the GDP in the UK and 11.3% of the GDP in Norway.

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Lies, damned lies, and visualizations

Graphs can be a wonderful tool to make data clear, engaging, and accessible to your audience. However, picking the right data visualization to communicate your story can be hard.


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

Screenshot of an everviz overlay video in Final Cut Pro

New: Animated charts in video

We’re excited to share with you a new feature in beta: Download project as video Our mission is to make it easy for anyone to

How effective is my data visualization? Well, It depends…

Pick the right color, make thoughtful chart choices, consider color-blindness, avoid clutter – you dive deep into each of these topics, master them, and, done! You are ready to start creating informative and effective data visualizations.