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Lisa is a visualization designer based in Berlin and the project is about how she collected and visualized her google search history to look into her personal data.
In the episode we discuss how she came up with the idea and all the steps she followed to realize it.
She has also a nice page on github with code that you can reuse to do the same thing with your own data!
Here is a set of pictures from her project:
This episode is sponsored by Qlik who allows you to explore hidden relationships within data that lead to insights. Check out the new blog post on the qlik blog called: “The role of multiple devices in our workspaces” by Donald Farmer. And, there is a big Qlik Sense Roadshow with over 100 events in Europe. You can download Qlik Sense for free at: www.qlik.de/datastories.
- Lisa’s home page
- Lisa’s tutorial on making histograms in R
- Lisa’s tutorial on how to make your own google search visualization
- Lisa’s tutorial on text analysis with R
- Take a look at the classic Wolfram’s Personal Analytics project
- And of course see our episode with Nick Felton about his annual reports