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3D annimation about Measles in USA

By Datapleth.io on October 17, 2019

In a previous post, we published some data vizualisations (heat map and maps) inspired by an article of The Wall Street Journal about the impact of measles vaccine in the USA. We are now going to present an alternative visualization based on 3D plots. Such plots are not always the best for data vizualisation but they are still interesting, especially when they are annimated.

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The impact of vaccines, case of Measles in USA

By Datapleth.io on October 7, 2019

The Wall Street Journal has published in 2015 an set a of data visualization to illustrate the impact of vaccines on the USA population (DeBold & Freedman - 2015). This article presents heat maps across all 50 USA states for various conditions. For most conditions, such as measles, polio, rubella, the effect of the vaccine is very visible. In this post we are going to replicate the analysis and attempt to generate similar heat maps.

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The new french election geography

By Datapleth.io on September 21, 2019

The last European elections were on June 26th, 2019. One of the major observation was the increase of extreme right votes, and more particularily the shift toward extreme right of areas which used to be left voters. In this post we are going to visualize the results of this election designing a new shape for France. The objective is to create a choropleth map of the six main lists of candidates showing the percentage of votes per list for each french communes.

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The french yield curve problem

By Datapleth.io on August 28, 2019

Following our previous post on the USA yield curve inversion, we are going to evaluate the situation in other countries, starting with France. We can observe similar pattern on the recent interest rates for which there is an inversion, the long term rates are lower than the short term rates. However, we were not (yet) able to get historical data for all horizon. “Banque de France” is not releasing such information as of today.

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