How to colour your heatmaps. Top-left is not Tufte-compliant because primary colours occupy too much of the space (it’s distracting). Top-left also uses colours that do not grade across our perceptual space. (Although hues do grade across wavelengths of light … Continue reading
“Adults have to deal with moral grey areas” “I’m not liberal or conservative, I guess I’m somewhere in the middle” “It may be helpful to think of data science and business intelligence as being on two ends of the same … Continue reading
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Good use of colour here. They break the “rule” of only using one colour, but by allying ‘Excedrin’ with ‘Effectiveness’ and ‘Tylenol’ with ‘Gentle’, they make the extra hue worth it. Hue comes to represent both the quality and the … Continue reading
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