6 Data and Statistical Visualization Blogs Worth Following
Data is ever flowing and often times requires a creative solution to arrange and present the data in a visually appealing manner. The below is a list of blogs which are regularly updated by renowned statisticians, and some cases artists in their respective fields.
EagerEyes is Robert Kosara’s place to reflect on the world of information visualization and visual communication of data. The goal is to help digest things that are happening in the field and discuss developments that may be tangential or early, but that are likely to have an impact.
Kaiser Fung finds the not-so-good and explains how to improve them. He is a professional statistician with over a decade of experience applying statistical methods to marketing and advertising businesses. He holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, in addition to degrees from Princeton and Cambridge Universities. Fung is a statistician for Sirius XM Radio.
Run by Andy Kirk, launched in February 2010. This site offers readers contemporary insights into the skills, techniques, resources, applications and best practices around this exciting subject.
The home of artist and scientist Stephen Von Worley’s data visualization research; a journal of interesting information imagery and news from around the world; and a place where you can spend a few minutes, have a laugh or two, and discover something new.
A software developer with experience in database-driven website creation, and data analysis and visualization. Visuals in Geo, as well as Bioinformatics, occasionally publishing code to complement the graphs.
Statistical Graphics, Data Visualization, Visual Analytics, Data Analysis, Data Mining, User Interfaces, a mashup of it all.