Continuing the series prototyping HTML based visualizations, I want to look at spatial data. One of the strengths of Alteryx is that spatial data is just data. It doesn’t claim to be a GIS product, it just assumes that every organization has spatial data and would like to process it with the rest of their data and specifically they don’t want to have to use multiple products to do it.
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Skipping to the end of the story, on the left is a chart created using nvd3 in Alteryx. I found some nice sample data for visualizing from the world bank showing the GDP of every country (and region) in the world since 1960. The selected data I chose to show is the top 10 countries by GDP since 1980 – the data before then seems to be lacking in some detail. I show the data as a stacked bar chart, which means that the top line is the total GDP for all 10 countries with each country’s part of the total shown by the height of a specific color. Continue reading →