The Gamma: Share your data visualizations

The easiest way to create & share your open and transparent data visualizations that are linked to the original data source and encourage the reader to explore data further and discover more fun facts on their own!

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    Posted: 1 months ago by Ezequiel Paura

  • MozFest - Trees in Linz, Austria

    Number of Trees grouped by type

    Posted: 1 months ago by Bernhard
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  • MozFest - Guess number of gold medals

    Sample visualization showing an interactive chart where you have to make a guess first. Here, guess the total number of Gold medals per athlete.

    Posted: 1 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • MozFest - Turing fellows

    Sample visualization that uses custom CSV file with information about Turing people. It counts the number of Turing Fellows by University.

    Posted: 1 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • MozFest - University enrolment

    Sample visualization using the World Bank type provider to compare university enrolment across several European countries.

    Posted: 1 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Mortality Rate in USA

    Male and female mortality rate since 1980

    Posted: 1 months ago by Tobias
    @toburger

  • Guess the number of Turing people

    Latest version with doctoral students, research fellows, faculty fellows and RSE team. Now also with updated naming of Turing Fellows.

    Posted: 4 months ago by Tomas Petricek

  • Guess the number of Turing people

    Latest version with doctoral students, research fellows, faculty fellows and RSE team

    Posted: 4 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Exchange Rate of Pound Sterling to US Dollar 2010-2017

    Ratio of Pound Sterling to the US Dollar, from Jan 2010 to July 2017

    Posted: 5 months ago by May Yong

  • Tomas' papers at the Turing

    This just tests basic search in pivot type provider and also uploads the list of publications scraped from Turing website

    Posted: 5 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Turing Event visits

    The visualization shows total number of event visits at the Turing Institute - this counts people separately per event, so if you went to two events, you will be counted twice.

    Posted: 5 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • F# Survey 2017: How you use F#?

    The snippet creates an interactive chart visualizing the answer to "How would you characterize your use of F# today?" from the F# Survey 2017. The snippet uses a new way of getting type provider for live CSV file using URL. (Less obvious version with shuffle added!)

    Posted: 5 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • John vs. James in Olympic games

    How many Johns and James' were there over the history of the Olympic games?

    Posted: 6 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • You Draw It: United Kingdom CO2 emissions with axis labels

    This example shows how to add axis labels to youdraw.line chart. Some of the other options are not yet supported, but labels work as expected!

    Posted: 6 months ago by Tomas Petricek

  • Compost: Top polluters bar chart

    Simple visualization showing top 8 polluters based on CO2 emissions. This illustrates new experimental charting library compost.

    Posted: 6 months ago by Tomas Petricek

  • Classification of the Functions of Government (COFOG)

    COFOG classifies government expenditure data by the purpose for which funds are used. It is developed by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).

    Posted: 6 months ago by May Yong

  • GDP and Mark Spitz' medals

    This is a demo showing how to add markers to a youguess line chart. It shows US GDP per capita with the number of gold medals won by Mark Spitz. As you can see, there is a very strong connection between the two... not.

    Posted: 6 months ago by Tomas Petricek

  • UK spending on tertiary education

    A minimal demo using the UK expenditure data service. Less misleading version with Y axis starting from zero.

    Posted: 6 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek | more information

  • Most viewed Turing videos on YouTube

    Top 10 videos from YouTube based on the number of views. This is based on the number of people who watched at least a bit of the video.

    Posted: 7 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • New Rio 2016 Golds

    Testing a new version of just the Rio data, which gives the right number of gold medals

    Posted: 7 months ago by Tom Knowles

  • Guess the number of Turing people (3.)

    The Alan Turing Institute hosts a number of faculty fellows visiting from partner universities, research fellows and PhD students working at the London offices and a also welcomes visiting researchers. Guess how many of each are there! This version uses data from the turing.ac.uk website. (Corrected!)

    Posted: 7 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Guess the number of Turing people

    The Alan Turing Institute hosts a number of faculty fellows visiting from partner universities, research fellows and PhD students working at the London offices and a also welcomes visiting researchers. Guess how many of each are there!

    Posted: 7 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Top countries at Rio 2016

    Top countries from Rio 2016 based on the number of gold medals. The snippet uses the pivot type provider to aggregate the data and shows a simple bar chart with the results.

    Posted: 8 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • You Draw It: Olympic medals won by China

    After going down from 76 to 53, the number of Olympic medals won by china started rising in 1988. Can you guess the rest of the trend, including the Olympic games in Beijing? (Inspired by NYT's piece mapping Obama's legacy and using the D3 code shared by authors).

    Posted: 10 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Olympic medals table by athlete

    Table showing top 10 athletes by the number of medals together with their team and discipline in which they compete. The sample creates a simple table and uses the pivot type provider for grouping.

    Posted: 10 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Top medalists from London 2012

    Top medalists from London 2012 games based on the number of gold medals. The snippet uses the pivot type provider to aggregate the data and shows a simple bar chart with the results.

    Posted: 10 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Libraries

    Library counts by library service

    Posted: 1 months ago by Data Treaders

  • MozFest - University enrolment

    Sample visualization using the World Bank type provider to compare university enrolment across several European countries. (now with Brazil!)

    Posted: 1 months ago by Marcos

  • MozFest - Guess US emissions

    Sample visualization that asks the reader to make a guess. In this demo, we use WorldBank data to let the user guess CO2 emissions of of the US

    Posted: 1 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • MozFest - Number of Olympic teams

    Sample visualization using the pivot type provider to aggregate data on Olympic games. It shows number of distinct teams per year.

    Posted: 1 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • MozFest - Government expenditure

    Sample visualization showing top 7 services from the UK government expenditure. For more examples, see: http://gamma.turing.ac.uk/expenditure/

    Posted: 1 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • FTSE100: Moving average

    Displays moving average of the FTSE closing price over a very long window.

    Posted: 4 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Total number of YouTube views

    Total number of YouTube views of all Turing videos

    Posted: 4 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Historical FTSE100 2009-2016

    FTSE opening, closing, highest prices, as well as stock volume. Daily data from 2009 to 2016.

    Posted: 5 months ago by May Yong

  • Price of Gold 1969-2017

    Historical price of gold in US Dollar, Euro, Pound Sterling and Japanese Yen

    Posted: 5 months ago by May Yong

  • Number of attendees per kind of event

    This visualization shows the total number of attendees per different kind of events held at the Alan Turing Institute.

    Posted: 5 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Cambridge and Oxford science events in 2016

    The snippet extracts data from a Wikipedia page of important events in science in 2016 and shows them. You can see the source code and verify how the data flows from the Wikipedia page to the resulting table.

    Posted: 5 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • F# Survey 2017: How you use F#?

    The snippet creates an interactive chart visualizing the answer to "How would you characterize your use of F# today?" from the F# Survey 2017. The snippet uses a new way of getting type provider for live CSV file using URL.

    Posted: 5 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Guess the number of Olympic teams

    Guess the number of teams in Olympic games, using a locally uploaded version of the medal data.

    Posted: 6 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Unemployment in Italy

    Male and female unemployment in Italy in percentage of labor force since 80's

    Posted: 6 months ago by Gianluca Bigaglia
    @GiBg1aN

  • Compost: CO2 emissions line chart

    Simple visalization showing the CO2 emissions of China and USA using a new experimental compost library.

    Posted: 6 months ago by Tomas Petricek

  • Video views per date

    YouTube video views per date from the Alan Turing Institute YouTube channel.

    Posted: 6 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • You Draw It: Carbon emissions of USA (new)

    Can you guess how the CO2 emissions have been changing between 2005 and 2010 if you see data between 2000 and 2005? Inspired by the fantastic "You Draw It: What Got Better or Worse During Obama?s Presidency" piece in NYT (see link). New version using The Gama composable visualizations library.

    Posted: 6 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • UK spending on tertiary education

    A minimal demo using the UK expenditure data service

    Posted: 6 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Top 10 Government Departments by 2015-16 Expenditure

    A little demo of the Public Expenditure Statistical Analyses data, and hopefully a little demo of who's spending your money on what!

    Posted: 7 months ago by Tom Knowles
    @knowlsie

  • Cambridge Faculty Fellows

    A table showing Cambridge Faculty Fellows at the Alan Turing Institute, using data scraped from the turing.ac.uk website.

    Posted: 7 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Guess the number of Turing people (2.)

    The Alan Turing Institute hosts a number of faculty fellows visiting from partner universities, research fellows and PhD students working at the London offices and a also welcomes visiting researchers. Guess how many of each are there! This version uses data from the turing.ac.uk website.

    Posted: 7 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Guess the number of Olympic teams

    This interactive visualization lets you guess the number of teams competing in the last 5 Olympic games. The initial values show the average number, so expect this to go down for some and up for others!

    Posted: 7 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • You Guess: Population of top 6 countries of the world

    Inspired by the You Draw It visualisation from the New York Times, this visualisation lets you guess the values in a bar chart. Can you guess the population of the 6 largest countries of the world?

    Posted: 8 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • You Draw It: Carbon emissions of USA

    Can you guess how the CO2 emissions have been changing between 2005 and 2010 if you see data between 2000 and 2005? Inspired by the fantastic "You Draw It: What Got Better or Worse During Obama?s Presidency" piece in NYT (see link) and using the D3 code shared by authors.

    Posted: 10 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Number of distinct countries in Olympics

    Number of distinct countries competing in the Olympic games. The visualization shows that the number of distinct teams has been steadily growing since the beginning of the new Olympic games.

    Posted: 10 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek

  • Top medalists at Rio 2016

    Top medalists from Rio 2016 based on the number of gold medals. The snippet uses the pivot type provier to aggregate the data and shows a simple bar chart with the results.

    Posted: 10 months ago by Tomas Petricek
    @tomaspetricek