Data Visualisation, from the World Cup to Drugs in Arkansas
This summer I taught a graduate statistics course in data visualisation at the University of Arkansas. As a final project the students had to find a data set, think of questions you could ask of it and then prepare graphics that enable people to explore those questions. They chose a wide range of topics, fitting into three main categories, sports, international development and crime. Here are the results.
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