A collection of 14 posts
Sketchbook Pages #8
A monochrome collection, with two sets of glyphs. This is probably the influence of my generative art work appearing in my data sketches, but there are plenty of opportunities for encoding variables in this. Want to start sketching? Here's my guide [https://blog.duncangeere.com/how-to-start-dataviz-sketching/].
Sketchbook Pages #7
Lots of length encodings today. Some lollipop charts (which I love), a few different approaches to back-to-back bars and overlapping bars, and then some rather weather-inspired graphical forms which could be used in all sorts of ways to depict data. Enjoy! Oh, and I almost forgot to mention - if
Sketchbook Pages #6
Back to charts for my latest set of sketchbook pages. Lexis diagrams [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lexis_diagram], area charts, a xenographic [https://xeno.graphics/] concept called treemap bars that I really like for hierarchical data, and some new approaches on stacked bars. Enjoy!
Sketchbook Pages #5
Oops! It's been more than a month since I last published sketchbook pages. My only excuse is that I've been caught up in generative art [https://blog.duncangeere.com/tag/generative-art/] instead. As such, here are four sketchbook pages inspired by the #generativedice hashtag [https://twitter.com/hashtag/GenerativeDice] on