Cédric Scherer

Data Visualization & Computational Ecology

My Personal Data Visualization Year 2020

Even though it was a crazy and exhausting year, there was also some good and exiting things happening. Therefore I've decided to take a short break on New Year's Day and look back at some of the positive moments of my personal data visualization journey during 2020.

What do I binge next? A detailed overview of the top 250 TV shows

My contribution to the RStudio table contests visualizing relevant details of the top 250 TV shows as rated by IMDb users. I focused on displaying all the details I and my friends care about including in-line visualizations of rating trends and average runtime.

The Worst Days of the Coronavirus Pandemic So Far

Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, COVID-19 or simply Corona—what started as an epidemic in China’ has become a global pandemic. I created an animated timeseries of daily deaths relative to each country's worst day so far to visualize the first wave of COVID-19.

Comparing the Extent of the Australian Bushfires 2019/20

The massive bushfires in Australia are in the news worldwide. The incredible extent of burnt land and plume of smoke is hard to imagine so I have compared the areas to countries in Europe and worldwide.

Best TidyTuesday 2019

Here are my favorite visualizations of the #TidyTuesday challenge in 2019 (from those I've seen and which I remember). I present my personal top 3 in terms of design and storytelling.

Merry (White?) Christmas!

At the end of the year, I explore the history of snow cover and white Christmas in Berlin. I wish you a merry Christmas and wonderful holidays 2019!