Three Data Visualizations I liked this week:


I have been working on creating Dashboards for one of my projects. As a part of the research, I looked at few Dashboards out their on the inter-webs. Here are three of them that I liked:

1. Social Media & Sentiment Analysis:

What I like about this Dashboard is the creative use of Data via Sentiment Analysis:

sentiment analysis social media dashboard

2. Microsoft Research’s Viral Search Project:

What a creative way to visualize viral content!

visualize viral social network data microsoft viral search

3. Social Media analytic’s Dashboard:

Nice one page social dashbaord!

social media analytics dashboard

Do you see the bottom right part of the report that shows you engagement levels by post type, if you want to compute it – here’s my blog post on that: Social Media Analytics. Facebook Page Smackdown: Status updates vs Images?


6 thoughts on “Three Data Visualizations I liked this week:

  1. Mantresh

    Practically data visuallization is indeed far far better than standard reports (no visualisation)
    However as a designer you have understand actual use and source of each data to make sure the final dasboard you have is relevant usefull and garbage free

    • couldn’t agree more! If the data is not “accurate” then there’s no point of visualizing it. And yes, it has to be relevant – one way to do so is to make sure to get the feedback from the person using the dashboard.

  2. Respected Team, your suggestions in the content on “Three Data Visualizations I Liked This Week” is excellent. Also, your explanation about Social Media & Sentiment Analysis, Microsoft Research’s Viral Search Project, and Social Media analytic’s Dashboard are creative and new ideas. Kudos for your effort!!!

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