Hey guys it’s been a very very long time since I posted last time and things have been changed a lot in my life and also I believe, in your life.
Right now, I am sitting at my balcony and enjoying my lunch break (without lunch). And be grateful to the weather.
It’s hard to stay productive and creative during this hard time coz I can literally tell you right now what I did in the morning and even what I will do during the night. But I am still grateful to be able to sit here and to live as I know a lot of people out there are fighting for us. When the quarantine started, I took almost 2 weeks to adjust all my life and to get used to the new normal. And I started to do my #quaran journal..to document/sketch every little thing happened during my day..and I found there are a lot of beauty and sometimes we just ignore them/ didn’t realize their existence. So I want to share with you my little things during quarantine and hope you find them cute:)
Here comes to the last day in September. And I realized that I should finish my 30 days challenge before the year ends. Despite all the ups and downs happened to my life, painting should always be a thing that brings me the inner peace.
It’s been a (reallyyyy) long time since last time I posted my waterpainting. And my #30-day challenge still stops at the 18th day. A lot of things have happened in my life and I decided to come back (finally. I’ve been learning data visualization for over one year. I found it’s pretty cool to see data in a more visual way and I would like to share my viz here.
Sooooo, let’s get started with some NASA data.
The image below is my visualization about NASA space walkers:
So what does this tell you?
2017 & 2018 is two big years for NASA as it has the most space walks. The size of bubble represents the number of space walks.
USA’s most space walk is #20
The Michael guy is the space walker who walks the longest duration
You may find more interesting things while you hover over each chart.
<Here is where the data come from>
Space Station Spacewalks
Data is collected originally from NASA and you can find their visualization here: