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What to do, if you need to visualize a large network graph but all tools you try can only draw a hairball or eat all your RAM and hang…

Just wanted to share this article that I came across (tho it's from 2019).

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https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/science-isnt-broken/


Another study with the same goal of comparing the results from different research teams found similar disparities, though the graphs aren't quite as pretty.

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As you reduce the amount of carbon emissions (the y axis) the methods to keep reducing carbon cost more (the x axis.)

This great graph came to my attention from this video from vlogbrothers. It also has some good explanations of what it means.

Note that carbon capture doesn't really make sense till you've exhausted all the other emission minimizing methods.

Source: https://www.edf.org/revamped-cost-curve-reaching-net-zero-emissions

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At the end of 2023, we ran a census on lemmy.ca. Analyzing the data took a little longer than I thought it would, but the results are now available!

To see the post, you can do one of:

I didn't do a regular crosspost in case there is an error in the results. This way I only need to fix one post instead of many.

Hope you enjoy :)

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Apologies. This might not be the perfect community for the post.

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New York Times managed this with eloquence.

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Using Zipf's Law to detect outliers in median age of European Countries in #LabPlot (2023 est.)

@dataisbeautiful

LabPlot ❤️ Data

➡️ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zipf%27s_law

#DataAnalysis #DataScience #Data #DataViz #Visualization #Plotting #Statistics #Age #Europe #FOSS #OpenSource

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Source:

Another chart from Kyoto Aquarium

Source:

Seen on: Spoon & Tamago

Penguins, the way they waddle around and protect their eggs, are often thought of as cute, cuddly and romantic. But those who observe them for extended periods know they have a dark side. Two aquariums in Japan, Kyoto Aquarium and Sumida Aquarium, keep obsessive tabs on their penguins and maintain an updated flowchart that visualizes all their penguin drama.

Penguins are highly social species. They like being with others and, like humans, this can often lead to polyamorous and sometimes scandalous situations. Penguin drama can include serious crushes and heartbreaks but also adultery and egg-stealing. Penguins may even develop crushes on their caretakers. And these Japanese aquariums have it all charted in a flowchart that can be studied for hours.

EDIT: Thanks to @[email protected] for pointing out the english versions.

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Source (in Finnish).

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