IntroductionThis is my submission for April’s Battle viz on the subreddit DataIsBeautiful. This month’s challenge was to create a visualization using a data set that included every line from every scene in The Office. I chose to follow the love story of Jim and Pam. The result is a timeline that allows you to see the arc of the story […]
A follow up to my first Star Wars visualization. This time we are looking at data from Starships in the Star Wars universe, based on the Star Wars API. This time, we compare the attributes of the Starships that might make them more (or less) advantageous in war. Cost, speed, days before resupply and more all play in a role. […]
This interactive history of Nintendo was created by Tom Christian using Tableau and includes everything from the number of games they sold, to the history of the Nintendo consoles and a comparison of their most notable franchises. Hover over and click through this amazing data visualization to learn more. Who knows, maybe you’ll even find a secret level.
Breaking Bad has been argued to be the best show of all time. Season 5, it’s final season, has a near perfect score on Metacritic. Lilach Manheim however has taken her fandom a step further. Using the data from Breaking Bad’s Wikia page, she created what I consider to be the ultimate visual timeline. She breaks down the number of episodes in each episode. How many hours every minute represents. The amount of time every major character survives on the show. She even discovered patterns in the deaths of major characters. Don’t just look at this graph. Scroll over it, read it, and access the different windows using the navigational buttons at the top of the screen. The amount of information crammed into this viz deserves every fan’s time.