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From Data to Viz.com is a website aiming to help in your chart decision. It classifies most of the chart types based on their input data format. It comes in the form of a decision tree leading to a set of potentially appropriate visualizations to represent your dataset.


The project is composed by several sections:

  • Decision Tree - leads you from your data format to a set of potential graphics.
  • Data story - for each data format, an example of data analysis based on real data is performed.
  • All graphics - an overview of all graphics presented in the website. A set of explanation and advices is provided for each.
  • Caveats - a gallery of comon caveats in dataviz, with explanation and workarounds.


The decision tree offered in the website are also avilable in a high quality poster. Buy it to support the project!


From Data to Viz.com is currently in beta version and any feedback is highly encouraged. You can fill an issue on Github, drop us a message on Twitter, or send an email pasting yan.holtz.data with gmail.com.


See a complete list of acknowledgment here