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A poster (available in English, Japanese, traditional Chinese and simplified Chinese) and web site to assist designers and journalists to select the optimal symbology for data visualisations, by the Financial Times Visual Journalism Team.

The FT Visual Vocabulary is at the core of a newsroom-wide training session aimed at improving chart literacy. This learning resource is inspired by the Graphic Continuum by Jon Schwabish and Severino Ribecca. This is not an attempt to teach everyone how to make charts, but how to recognise the opportunities to use them effectively alongside words.

Read the Chart Doctor feature column for full background on why we made this: Simple techniques for bridging the graphics language gap
datavisualisation  data  inspiration  design  charts  graphics 
22 hours ago by Shoord
The Python Graph Gallery – Visualizing data – with Python
Welcome to the Python Graph Gallery. This website displays hundreds of charts, always providing the reproducible python code! It aims to showcase the awesome dataviz possibilities of python and to help you benefit it. Feel free to propose a chart or report a bug. Any feedback is highly welcome. Get in touch with the gallery by following it on Twitter, Facebook, or by subscribing to the blog. Note that this online course  is another good resource to learn dataviz with python.
inspiration  data  python  datavisualisation  design  reference  charts  graphics 
yesterday by Shoord
Data Viz Project | Collection of data visualizations to get inspired and finding the right type.
What?

This is a website trying to present all relevant data visualizations, so you can find the right visualization and get inspired how to make them.

Why?

The Data Viz Project started out as an internal tool box, where we simply stuck data visualizations up on our wall as visual inspiration. Of course, there are a lot of books, websites, libraries, and tools that include a lot of visualization types, but not as comprehensive and logical as we liked. So instead of continuing to stick these visualizations on our wall, we thought we might as well just put it online, so you and others can use it as a tool and inspiration.
datavisualisation  reference  design  inspiration  data  charts  graphics 
yesterday by Shoord
The Data Visualisation Catalogue
The Data Visualisation Catalogue is a project developed by Severino Ribecca to create a library of different information visualisation types.

Originally, this project was a way for me to develop my own knowledge of data visualisation and create a reference tool for me to use in the future for my own work. However, I felt it would also be beneficial to both designers and also anyone in a field that requires the use of data visualisation.

Although there have been a few attempts in the past to catalogue some of the established data visualisation methods, there is no website that is really comprehensive, detailed or helps you decide the right method for your needs.

Each visualisation method was added bit-by-bit, as I individually researched each method, to find the best way to explain how it works and what it is best suited for.
data  datavisualisation  inspiration  design  ux  graphics  charts  reference 
yesterday by Shoord
AtF Sparks
OpenType font that draws spark lines in texts.
sparkline  charts  font  opentype  !post:twitter  visualisation 
yesterday by xeophin

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