#barbarplots

@ElisePiazza @VSSMtg No, but plot your raw data. #barbarplots

Quoted @rita_strack

Soon we'll see papers with bar graphs and immediately know they're of a certain age.

and the #BarBarplots initiative as the FridaysForFuture movement that ended it :) https://t.co/DcDdFtgOy4

@TimoRoettger @o_guest I might be wrong but this reminds me of a blog post on the topic from back when #barbarplots was still new... https://t.co/Th7midprMK

@o_guest @chbergma Thanks! Yes #barbarplots. I wonder, though, how much such biases impede the main function of the plot (communicating "A is larger than B")? What's your take on that?

Quoted @TimoRoettger

Fun #dataviz trivia: When judging whether a data point is part of a bar plot’s distribution, people judge points that fall within the bar as being more likely than points outside of it. It’s as if we think the bar somehow “contains” the data. https://t.co/tWuVnJyLQM

Fun #dataviz trivia:

When judging whether a data point is part of a bar plot’s distribution, people judge points that fall within the bar as being more likely than points outside of it. It’s as if we think the bar somehow “contains” the data. https://t.co/tWuVnJyLQM

And that's one of the reasons we created #barbarplots - they are misleading when not presenting count data... See also the excellent work of @T_Weissgerber https://t.co/bnpLXlbfW3

No blind, no problem! Use an old fabric poster (circa 2016)! Works perfectly, but I do now have to stare at that awful bar chart all day - 2016 me didn't even include SE bars, let alone violin/raincloud distributions!  #barbarplots #WFH #AcademicChatter https://t.co/W4KevZYXWK

No blind, no problem! Use an old fabric poster (circa 2016)! Works perfectly, but I do now have to stare at that awful bar chart all day - 2016 me didn't even include SE bars, let alone violin/raincloud distributions! #barbarplots #WFH #AcademicChatter https://t.co/W4KevZYXWK

@lportnoy @jenaimarretin remembering your #BarBarPlots campaign... You should bar unqualified use of pie charts too 😂

@LetsFishSmarter I think the broad message here is #barbarplots. Also are my eyes playing tricks on me or is the 0 on the y axis slanted up as head increases on the x in the second figure??

Quoted @jordyvanlangen

I’m working on a spare time project called ‘open-visualizations’ to make all sorts of figures based on #openscience best practices (i.e. no ‘hidden-data’) Example: https://t.co/0mkvHALDDg Let me know if you have awesome code/plots to share or if you’re eager to contribute! https://t.co/zzmHc8XQO8

I’m working on a spare time project called ‘open-visualizations’ to make all sorts of figures based on #openscience best practices (i.e. no ‘hidden-data’) Example: https://t.co/0mkvHALDDg Let me know if you have awesome code/plots to share or if you’re eager to contribute! https://t.co/zzmHc8XQO8

Hey team #barbarplots, this seems useful https://t.co/xH16KyEiiB

Quoted @jalapic

Enjoy sharing my forthright views on data visualization with my students. Especially the perils of means and standard deviations. Free the data points. https://t.co/9ubJ5tkFkG

Enjoy sharing my forthright views on data visualization with my students.  Especially the perils of means and standard deviations.   Free the data points. https://t.co/9ubJ5tkFkG

#barbarplots https://t.co/4mFiMOQb8C

Hope the students will appreciate all the time I spent gathering memes for the data analysis lecture next week #barbarplots #xkcd #datasaurus

@BlakeP_Neuro As a strong believer in #barbarplots I heartily endorse this tweet

Dave
5 months ago

Also, how about you use a better plot than a bar graph in the first place? #barbarplots

Quoted @CraigPollett

Our patio door is a snow fall bar graph - 10:30 am to 4:30 pm. @amandabittner I thought you’d enjoy. #nlwx #snowmaggedon2020 Photo credit to @gailwoodfine https://t.co/Z3O9QDZdrs

Our patio door is a snow fall bar graph - 10:30 am to 4:30 pm. @amandabittner I thought you’d enjoy. #nlwx #snowmaggedon2020 

Photo credit to @gailwoodfine https://t.co/Z3O9QDZdrs

I’m sure my #barbarplots friends can agree this is acceptable. @MichaelJWidener @KManaugh @flowingdata https://t.co/l1zsHDH4Vy

Quoted @T_Weissgerber

Designing better figures for small studies: Why you shouldn’t use bar graphs for continuous data and what to do instead (A Thread in Q&A format, with figures from our new @CircAHA paper) https://t.co/vnLdq4I9zT https://t.co/0Gvy7hXFrO

Designing better figures for small studies: Why you shouldn’t use bar graphs for continuous data and what to do instead (A Thread in Q&A format, with figures from our new @CircAHA paper)

https://t.co/vnLdq4I9zT https://t.co/0Gvy7hXFrO

#barbarplots https://t.co/w5VYUFZSKS

Quoted @mattcohler

"Averages lie" is a great saying. @ole_b_peters brings fascinating perspective on that notion in arguing for errors in basic mainstream economic theory at https://t.co/6kcx7fzzGA (or for those more mathematically capable than I, https://t.co/rYszvvuLYW) Thanks and h/t @wolfejosh!

A related issue brought up in a variety of fields via #barbarplots https://t.co/K8CmwETzr6

Alex Whan
7 months ago

@Figueroa_MM Completely agree that we should #barbarplots

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