Friday, August 14, 2009
Illustrator WAR graphs, take twoPosted by Colin Wyers
This is a follow-up to yesterday's post about making WAR graphs.
There were several requests for plot lines and the legend to be larger, and I've done that.
Also, at Tango's blog, there was some discussion about including the total WAR in the legend, and how to make that line up properly. It occured to me that the best way to do that would be as a table. (Longtime readers will note that I don't need a lot of prompting to make a table.)
And for the convenience of our color-blind readers, I ran the color scheme through VizCheck to make sure there was at least some contrast between the colors for those with color-blindness.
Here are the results:
You can click on the image to see a larger version (about three times the size, actually).
I'll take any other suggestions you have, dear reader. I'll also take suggestions on another graph to try out.
Colin Wyers knows exactly how much of a nerd he is. He is very interested in hearing about any other concerns you may have; you can reach him by e-mail, and he will try his best to respond in a timely fashion. He also blogs at Statistically Speaking.