Data Visualization Archives - Jeff Everhart

Reflections on Data Visualization in Observable

Continuing my exploration of data visualization tools, I circled back to where it all started for me: D3. For those of you involved in developing data-driven apps for the web, you most likely have a love/hate relationship with D3. You look at all of the cool examples and think, “Wow! That looks great,” but then […]

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Using AWS for Data Analysis

I’m not really sure when this happened, but over the last several years, I’ve started to spend a lot of my personal and professional time working on building out data visualization tools and workflows. In a recent meeting, someone referred to us as data scientists, and we’ve had a good running joke ever since. While […]

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Analyzing and Visualizing Networks

One of the current projects I’m working on involves building out some analytical tools that sit on top of an application that lets students track attendance at extra curricular events for a living and learning program for the daVinci Center. For most of the visualizations, I used amCharts to build out some nice looking and functional […]

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Audiographics: Annotating Sound

Over the last several weeks, I’ve been working on several prototypes to help facilitate different types of annotations. Most educators are already pretty familiar with the typical textual annotation, but as new media becomes more important, we ought to have tools that facilitate annotation on other types of media as well. What is an audiographic? […]

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Visualizing Geographic Data with D3

I’m not sure the power of visualizing data can be understated in the modern world. After all, we have more data than we’ve every had before, and we at least seem to understand the world we live in less and less. For example, this image below displays population density in Virginia census tracts, but what […]

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Teens, Technology & Social Media | Infographic

Continuing my infographic kick, here is an infographic explaining some of the key points from a Pew Research project on Teens, Social Media and Technology. Even though the study was conducted in 2015, many of the takeaways are still relevant. My biggest conclusion: rich kids prefer Instagram.

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Building A Simple Heat Map with D3

Heat maps are a great way to analyze frequency in a data set. Beautiful and creative things happen when you are stuck in an airport for four hours. I’ve been wanting to explore heat map visualizations for awhile now, so when I had some time to kill flying back from SXSW, I decided to take […]

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