Welcome to the weekly post on data visualization! Today I would like to build on the subject I started two weeks ago, when I built a visualization presenting ethnic power relations. Here, I will build a map portraying conflict areas. The dataset I use was prepared by the Uppsala Conflict Data Program, and is available for download from its website. As the dataset is rather large, I will present here only a fraction of it pertaining to India. Continue reading “Weekly visualization: map of conflict in R”
Welcome to the new weekly post on data visualization! This week, I would like to present a simple plot displaying fragment of the data from the Ethnic Power Relations dataset. The data contains information on the power status, and power relations, between major ethnic groups in 165 countries, between the years 1946 and 2013. I used the dataset recently, writing up a research project, and I noticed some very interesting patterns emerging in data pertaining to Sri Lanka—I will use this country as an example here. I perform analysis and plotting with R, using the ggplot2 library.
Recently I did some research on the state of e-commerce in Poland, which was necessary for a position I applied for. While the project did not require presentation of any statistical or numeric data, I figured out it would be nice to attach a simple plot portraying how the field has changed over the past several years. The following is a record of my struggle.