An interactive visualization of private nonfarm employment in Kansas, for each county.
Posts tagged as “Visualizations”
Following are visualizations of data. Many are interactive and created using Tableau Public. In some cases I’ve recorded myself using the visualization to tell a story, and all you have to do is watch.
The U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) is releasing prototype quarterly gross domestic product (GDP) by state statistics for 2005–2014. Here is an interactive visualization.
Examining tax collections by the states shows that Kansas collects more tax than many of our neighbors, and should put to rest some common myths.
An interactive visualization of state spending per person.
If the Kansas public school establishment wants to present an accurate assessment of Kansas schools, it should start with its presentation of NAEP scores.
When comparing Kansas school test scores to those of other states or the nation, it's important to consider disaggregated data. Otherwise, we may make inaccurate conclusions regarding Kansas schools.
An interactive visualization with four views of the populations of the states, 1900 to 2014.
During this century the Kansas economy has not kept up with the national economy and most neighboring states.
Following is a map of voting for the Wichita marijuana ballot issue, April 7, 2015.
Following is a map of voting for the Wichita mayoral contest, April 7, 2015.
An interactive visualization of trends in Kansas school employment.
Those who criticize lower Kansas tax rates tax rates as an experiment that may not work should be aware that we know with certainty what hasn't worked in Kansas.
Here is a table and chart of bond activity by Kansas school districts.
An interactive table of checkbook spending by the Wichita public school district.
The performance of Kansas in entrepreneurial activity is not high, compared to other states.
Data from Bureau of Economic Analysis, part of the U.S. Department of Commerce. To access the interactive version of the visualization, click here.
What has been the trend in Kansas school employment and pupil-teacher ratio?
For the fourth consecutive year, the number of teachers in Kansas public schools has risen faster than enrollment, leading to declining pupil-teacher ratios.
There’s new data available from Kansas State Department of Education on school spending. I’ve gathered the data, adjusted it for the consumer price index, and…
Here is an interactive visualization that holds property tax data for Kansas counties from 1997 to 2013.