#ClimateAction Data Stories

There’s no better time to reflect on the accomplishments, and lessons learnt in the past 365 days than in the last week of the year! Among a myriad of other things that I experienced in 2018, something that I felt really good about was giving both an active indirect and direct contribution towards tackling Climate Change. In this blog post I aim to visualize data sets that have the potential to influence the readers to in turn take direct and/or indirect #ClimateAction in 2019!

Christmas #MakeoverMonday Data.World Oracle DV – The Second Act

Roughly how much money do you think you personally spent on Christmas gifts this year? According to the most recent results of a survey about the estimated Christmas spending of U.S. consumers from 1999 to 2018, U.S. consumers are expected to spend approximately 794 U.S. dollars on average on Christmas gifts in 2018. We’re going to visualize it using Oracle DV.

Oracle DV to the Rescue! Adding Emotion to the Data: When One Visualization Feels Like ‘1000’ Stories

What if I were to tell you that Hurricane Florence poured over North Carolina as much as the average rainfall for an entire year in Seattle?! Are you able to imagine the devastation? What if I were to show you that seeing a real photo of one flooded road would look very similar as one visualization of hundreds of flooded roads?!