A gruesome accident at the Stegosaurus farm? No, a chart of consecutive job gains?
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.
Chart Jobs Friday using R.
Let's examine house price and employment trends. And yes, le'ts try out that crazy bivariate tilegrid map.
I'm giving an update on the economy, housing and mortgage market trends. Here are some highlights from my totally awesome slidedeck.
Let's plot recent U.S. macroeconomic trends with R.
The U.S. isn't building enough homes to meet demand. One reason often cited is a lack of labor. How do construction trends compare to construction employment? Let's take a look.
A trilogy of animated data visualizations showing labor market trends. R code for the data wrangling and plotting bits.
In this post we review of U.S. housing market trends through the third quarter of 2017. We take a close look at state housing markets and present several visualizations of house price trends.