I'm Krisztina Szűcs (pronounced SUE-ch) and I'm a Budapest based data visualization designer/freelancer. My background is in Graphic Design and I'm still learning d3.js (I've been learning it for years). This chart gallery is the result of my d3.js experiments.
Yes, the images generated with this tool are free to use, and fall under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
I wanted to create some fancy looking charts for a long time, but in my commercial work I never encountered the right dataset that would work with these ideas. So I've decided to create the visuals as standalone pieces. These are more like experimental charts, so they are not fit for all type of datasets but I'm making them to be as flexible as possible.
I'm browsing a lot of Graphic Design sites every day and as a result of my line of work, I see structure in everything as a habit. When I'm looking at posters with some nice patterns, I try to come up with a data structure that would fit those patterns. Then I generate a random dataset that fits the structure and develop a similar visualization. Next to every chart I have credited the original design that gave me the idea to create this particular visual. Be sure to check out these creators, it will worth your time.
Please drop me a line about it to [email protected] I'm still working on the tool so new bugs popping up is to be expected. I’m resolving them as soon as circumstances allow.
There is a short guide next to the spreadsheet that explains what type of data would work best with the specific chart.