10 most influential data visualizations of all times

1. Geography by Ptolemy, AD 150 Claudius Ptolemy a Greek scientist, developed a treatise on cartography, containing detailed, innovative maps of the world based on the knowledge accumulated in the Roman Empire. It was highly influential on later works in cartography and the geographical knowledge in Europe and the Middle East as well as modern cartography. … Continue reading 10 most influential data visualizations of all times

Tracking COVID-19 cases and tests in the US

Another coronavirus pandemic post that I'm planning to update frequently to keep track of how we and a few other countries in the world are doing. Updated on 04/17: You've probably seen many incarnations of this plot, but it's a good one so here is one more instance. I'm now showing the number of deaths … Continue reading Tracking COVID-19 cases and tests in the US

Tracking COVID-19 in the Silicon valley and SF Bay Area

So we are in the middle of a pandemic. Or rather in the beginning according to some projections. And every new day we spend indoors working from home with two little kids, makes me a little more motivated to follow of trends of the new cases data in our area. I hope this will help … Continue reading Tracking COVID-19 in the Silicon valley and SF Bay Area