In addendum to my second article on hurricanes and data visualisation, I examine a rather epic fail relating to Hurricane Ophelia.
The second in a series on Data Visualisation and Hurricanes. Here we grapple with hurricane prediction and cover some issues with data visualisations that are intended to convey safety information to the public.
A robust argument against rainbow colourmaps using the Mona Lisa as a case study. Inspired by a Quora post by Hyunjun Ji.
The first of two articles looking at how data about hurricanes is displayed and communicated. This includes a worked example illustrating some of the issues that can arise when adopting a rainbow colour palette in data visualisation, specifically with respect to rainfall contour maps.
Part two of three articles focussed on the structure and components of a Data Function, together with how they interact to support each other and business goals.
My attempt to navigate the maze of data and analytics terminology. Everything from algorithm to unstructured data.
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There are many strengths of the blog format, however one weakness is its focus on the recent at the expense of the relevant. This section of the site seeks to remedy this problem by providing a grouped list of what I am going to call Keynote Articles. There are a lot of different articles on … Continue reading Keynote Articles