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## Scatterplot in Python

This is a scatterplot that describes the correlation between male and female paid child care leave at research institutions across the US and Canada. I used python (matplotlib). The data is from Data source: https://aaronclauset.github.io/parental-leave/

## Scatterplot Help

This is a modified scatter plot I dreamt up to display more than two variables without using bubbles. It’s not a finished product; just an idea that seemed like it might have some potential. I built a simple test version…

## Plotting Change

Hello everyone, I am trying to show change in a pre-post data set. My visualization is two side-by-side scatter plots with hexagonal binning, one for the pre values and one for the post values. I would like to show change…

## Donations vs. Disease

Randy Krum from Cool Infographics writes in: In August, Vox.com published The Truth about the Ice Bucket Challenge and included an infographic (“Where We Donate vs. Diseases That Kill Us”) that used proportionally-sized circles as its data visualization. The problem…

## Plotting Internet Use

I want to use Census data to examine the relationship between Internet use and the age of people in the household. Because all the values are so high (towards 100%), it might appear strange to have so much white space if…

## Minimum Wage Elasticity Scatterplot

The W.E. Upjohn Institute in Kalamazoo, Michigan is about to publish a book by Dale Belman and Paul Wolfson on the minimum wage called What Does the Minimum Wage Do? The authors have conducted a meta-analysis of practically every study…

## Tax Scatterplot

From Howard Chernick (Hunter College and the Graduate Center, CUNY), Cordelia Reimers (Hunter College, CUNY), and Jennifer Tennant (Ithaca College): This is a scatter of the actual change in state tax revenue, 2007-2009, per number of federal returns, against a…

## Cost-Import Scatterplot

The following request comes from an economics book publisher. The existing figure is a scatterplot (originally constructed in Stata) with nearly 56,000 data points (csv file here). Ideally, the graph would follow the publisher’s basic style: Times New Roman font;…

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