I was pretty active on Pinterest recently, looking for new inspiration. A couple of weeks ago I came across a series called City Facts. I tried to recreate something similar using Tableau and Illustrator about Budapest.
I started working full time in 2011 when I was still doing my masters at the university. This practically meant, that all my vacations have been taken out to do tests, write assignments and prepare for a language exam. I don’t have the slightest idea how I managed to get any sleep in those years, […]
We had this task at work to experiment with new dataviz softwares, that are not that popular as Tableau and Power BI. I choose to explore Flourish, a tool that is more suitable for data journalists than analysts with its easy to put together, but eye-candy ready-made charts. Even though it’s easy to use and […]
The below infographic I made for a Hungarian dataviz competition, where the data was provided by the Budapest Airport. As the dataset was not that complicated, containing only a date field, country and city as dimensions and three measures (air traffic movement, number of passengers and the capacity of the plane), I saw no use […]
Since holiday this year means replacing the windows in the apartment with days of endless cleaning after, I decided to go back to my happy place for an imaginary vacation through drawing. When we were kids, we spent 10 days in the heart of the Bakony mountains every summer, camping the hell out of nature. […]
Guess this is clear by now, that I have quite a big obsession with space. I was more than devastated by not seeing the lunar eclipse last week, as I already imagined the big red moon up in the sky while humming the lines played at the binary sunset in Star Wars. The weather was […]
There are some things I can’t help doing and this is what I call the dataviz lifestyle. Even when I’m on vacation, my mind is all around numbers, maps, arts… anything that has the potential to visualize. And anyway, what would a data muggle do in the capital of alchemy if not some data sorcery? […]