In this post we will create some plots of house prices and incomes for the United States and individual states. We will also try out the bea.R package to get data from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis..
Pomological Plots with R
Friends don't let freinds use dual y axis charts, but this might be an exception
A gruesome accident at the Stegosaurus farm? No, a chart of consecutive job gains?
Value-Suppressing Uncertainty Palettes allocate a larger range of a visual channel when uncertainty is low, and smaller ranges when uncertainty is high. Let us make one with R.
Economic expansions in the U.S. have been getting longer, recessions shorter. We explore with data visualizations made with R.
The broader economic environment remains favorable for home sales. But without new home construction and increased housing supply, home sales in the U.S. will have a hard time growing from current levels. If incomes grow and mortgage rate increases are gradual, then the housing market should post modest growth this year and next.
Let's make a new mortgage rate dataviz.
In this post we make some animated data visualizations using R and tweenr. We try out some of the new features in the tweenr package.
What's a forecaster to do? We look at a forecasting game and determine the optimal communication strategy for a forecaster who predicts a binary outcome.