Check out these sites if you're looking for more data visualization inspiration. Seeing how others present data in a visual way, and how effective the result is, can be a great way to expand your own visualization knowledge.
Flowing dataExamples of effective visualizations, including infographics, maps, and networks for a variety of data. Also, just plain interesting to look through!
Information is beautifulLives up to its name, with beautiful graphics, many of which are interactive. Check out the winning graphics from the annual contest.
Bl.ocksA viewer for visualization code hosted on GitHub. The site lets users easily see the code used to produce the graphics.
The puddingFocused on "visual essays" which often means immersive and interactive graphics. Start with the "greatest hits" section to get a sense of content type.
Storytelling with dataFrames effective data visualization as storytelling. Most visualizations are created in Excel and associated Excel workbooks are available for download.
Awesome visualization research (GitHub)A (long) list of data visualization sites, books, examples, and more.
Andy Cotgreave, GravyAnecdote
Stephen Few, Visual Business Intelligence
Andy Kirk, Visualizing Data
Steve Wexler, Data Revelations
Last Updated: Mar 30, 2023 2:53 PM