tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3998628784041768080.post8834115882033875000..comments2020-05-27T23:50:09.840+01:00Comments on VizWiz: Makeover Monday: Annual Change in American Bee ColoniesVizWizhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/11408220384219218043noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3998628784041768080.post-81063967986836137842018-04-30T17:00:39.069+01:002018-04-30T17:00:39.069+01:00The hover was meant to represent the additional da...The hover was meant to represent the additional data that is available in the original. The numbers in the tooltip represent the values for each hexagon. I was worried including the Total Annual Bee Population Loss in the tooltip might be confusing, and it looks like it was. Thanks for confirming I wasn't clear. I should have left it out as my instinct told me to.<br /><br />As for the bar VizWizhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/11408220384219218043noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-3998628784041768080.post-72593868388092570322018-04-30T14:38:43.711+01:002018-04-30T14:38:43.711+01:00This is interesting work, though I find the labeli...This is interesting work, though I find the labeling confusing. If yellow is an increase and red is a decrease, why do all the hovers have "Total Annual Bee Population Loss" as a metric with positive value?<br />Furthermore, the bar chart is showing population loss as a positive number, and gain as a negative number. I understand to a certain extent what you mean (the negative is the iDashboardshttps://www.blogger.com/profile/08384866353714272247noreply@blogger.com