Originally, this project was a way for me to develop my own knowledge of data visualisation and create a reference tool for me to use in the future for my own work. However, I thought it would also be useful tool to not only other designers, but also anyone in a field that requires the use of data visualisation regularly (economists, scientists, statisticians etc).
Although there have been a few attempts in the past to catalogue some of the established data visualisation methods, there is no website that is really comprehensive, detailed or helps you decide the right method for your needs.
I will be adding in new visualisation methods, bit-by-bit, as I research each method to find the best way to explain how it works and what it is best suited for.
The project itself is in the developmental stages at the moment. So still a lot more testing is required. If you have noticed any mistakes or have any suggestions on how the site can be improved, especially in terms of helping you find the right data visualisation method for your needs, then feel free to message me on the suggestions page.
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Fuente: [ datavizcatalogue.com]