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This notes takes you through many commonly encounter visualization problem. It provides guidelines on how to turn large dataset into clear and compelling figure. This book is very helpful for anyone who is interested in data science, practicing data science and interesting in good data visualization.

**You Learn These Topics From This Notes: **

**1. Introduction**

- Ugly, Bad and Wrong Figure

**2. Visualizing Data: Mapping Data on to Aesthetics**

- Aesthetic and Types of Data
- Scales Map Data Value on to Aesthetic

**3. Coordinate System and Axes**

- Cartesian Coordinates
- Nonlinear Axes
- Coordinate with System Axes

**4. Color Scales**

- Color as a Tool to Distinguish
- Color to Represent Data Values
- Color as a Tool to Highlights

**5. Directory of Visualization**

- Amounts
- Distribution
- proportions
- X-Y Relationships

**6. Visualizing Amount**

- Bar Plots
- Grouped and Stacked Bar
- Dot Plots and Heat maps

**7. Visualizing Distribution: Histogram and Density Plots**

- Visualizing a Single Distribution
- Visualizing Multiple Distribution at a Same Time

**8. Visualizing Distribution: Empirical Cumulative Distribution Functions and Q-Q Plots**

- Empirical Cumulative Distribution Functions
- Highly Skewed Distribution
- Quantile-Quantile Plots

**9. Visualizing Many Distribution at Once**

- Visualizing Distributing Along The Vertical Axes
- Visualizing Distributing Along The Horizontal Axes

**10. Visualizing Proportion**

- A Case for Pie Chart
- A Case for Side by Side Bar
- A Case for Stacked Bar and Stacked Densities

**11. Visualizing Nested Proportions**

- Nested Proportion Gone Wrong
- Nested Pies
- Parallel Sets

**12. Visualizing Associations Among Two or More Quantitative Variables **

- Scatter Plots
- Correlograms
- Dimension Reduction

**13. Visualizing Time Series and Other Functions on an Independent Variables**

- Individual Time Series
- Multiple Time Series and Does Response Curve

**14. Visualizing Trends**

- Smoothing
- Showing Trend with a Defined Functional Forms
- Trending and Time Series Decomposition

**15. Visualizing Geospatial Data**

- Projections
- Layers
- Cartograms

**16. Visualizing Uncertainty**

- Farming Probabilities as Frequencies
- Visualizing the Uncertainty of Point Estimation
- Visualizing the Uncertainty of Curve Fit

**17. The Principal of Proportional lnk**

- Visualizing Along Linear Axes
- Visualizing Along Logarithmic Axes
- Direct Area Visualizing

**18. Handling Overlapping Points**

- Partial Transparency and Jittering
- 2D Histogram
- Contour Lines

**19. Common Pitfalls of Color Use**

- Encoding to Much or Irrelevant Information
- Using Non monotonic Colors Scale to Encode Data Values
- Not Designing for Color Vision Deficiency

**20. Redundant Coding**

- Designing Legends For Redundant Coding
- Designing Figure without Legends

**21. Multipanel Figure**

- Small Multiples
- Compound Figure

**22. Titles, Captions and Tables**

- Figure, Title and Captions
- Axis and Legends Titles
- Tables

**23. Balance the Data and the Context**

- Providing the Appropriate Amount of Context
- Background Grids
- Paired Data

**24. Use Large Axes Labels**

**25. Avoid Line Drawing**

**26. Don’t Go 3D**

- Avoid 3D Position Scale
- Avoid Gratuities 3D

**27. Understanding the Most Commonly Use Image File Format**

- Bit Map and Vector Graphics
- Lossless and Lossy Compression of Bit Map Graphics
- Converting Between Image Format

**28. Choosing the Right Visualizing Software**

- Reproductability and Repeatability
- Data Exploration Versus Data Presentation

**29. Telling a Story and Making a Point**

- What is a Story?
- Make a Figure for the Generals
- Build Up towards Complex Figure