This page will host a growing number of visualizations, designed to show some of the cool ways data can be represented beyond the much underrated piechart.

Kosovo Mosaic

1 August 2016

Visualization for interacting with data from the Kosovo Mosaic Survey, a survey in Kosovo that looks at the level of citizen satisfaction with a range of municipal and government services. Utilizes Highmaps, Highcharts, and D3.js.

Kosovo Mosaic

Interactive Map of Cyclist Accidents in the ACT

29 December 2015

An interactive map of all traffic accidents in the ACT involving cyclists from 2012 to 2015. For a more detailed explanation, please read here. For the visualization, click the image below:

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Zoomable Procurement Treemap

15 November 2015

Recently, as part of my work for Open Data Kosovo, I created a treemap that allows users to drill down into procurement data to see where procurements went over (redder shades) or under (greener shades) budget. It also allows you to drill down into the data any way you want, by municipality, by funding source and so on. However, for all these nice features, the part that I am proudest of is actually something that is not immediately obvious to the user – how the data is served to the visualization.

To develop a treemap that allows users to zoom in through different levels requires the JSON data to be nested in a particular way. By allowing the user to choose how to zoom in through the data, I have to dynamically generate a nested JSON file based on the user’s choices. That is exactly what is happening in the background through this simple app. From an underlying csv file, the app dynamically generates nested JSON based on the URL provided. The visualization simply generates a URL based on the choices and pulls the data from the app.

Anyway, feel free to leave a comment or email me if you would like any further details. Here is the visualization:

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My Resume in a Bubble Chart

Sept 30 2015

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