This post has been prepared as part of a submission to the Cartagena DataFest 2015. Click here to look at the data visualization only on visualizing.org. PREVIOUS: Colorful Development: RGB-coded Multidimensional HDI PREVIOUS: Colorful Development: Dynamic Graphs
This post is an update on the Colorful Development: Dynamic Graphs post – a data visualization that has evolved into a full-fledged web-app: an updated, prettier version with a lot of user interface enhancements that now includes the inequality and gender-adjusted human development indices as well.
In this post we will look at the evolution of the inequality between the three components (Health, Education, Income) of the Human Development Index (HDI), and the Inequality Adjusted Human Development Index (IHDI) using a web-app I have constructed. To make for a comfortable reading, but also for a strong basis, first we will concentrate on the user interface. I have prepared this as part of a submission to the Cartagena DataFest 2015 data visualization competition. As before, for this, we will need to use tripolar RGB–HDI plots (I also call it a colorwheel), a rather peculiar 3 dimensional coordinate system defined in this previous post , so make sure you take a look first, as well as the update discussing converting the RGB plot into a dynamic graph with an adjacent world-map. Read More