In the following, we’ll show the final plots based on our plans.

  • Female Participation over Time

    As planned above, we started with a simple line graph displaying both male and female athletes’ percentage against all athletes. The strength of this method is that it is simple and clear. It shows …

    Last updated: Wed Jan 20, 2021

  • Female Participation Across Continents

    To visualize changes in female participation in each continent, we first used a simple line graph where we put all the continent together. The x-axis is time, and the y-axis is female participation. …

    Last updated: Wed Jan 20, 2021

  • Home-field Advantage

    As discussed above, we first tried scatter plot with jitter. The x-axis is the countries that have ever hosted the Olympics and the y-axis denotes the percentage of medals earned by a country against …

    Last updated: Wed Jan 20, 2021

  • Medal Efficiency

    As planned, first of all, we did data manipulation before plotting. Golds were given 4 points, Silver 2, and Bronze 1. Attendance without any medals was assigned to 0 point. A country’s “medal …

    Last updated: Wed Jan 20, 2021

  • Ranking Sports

    To rank sports according to the number of athletes, we first plotted a bar chart, each bar representing a category. As can be seen below, since there were too many categories, the names of sports …

    Last updated: Wed Jan 20, 2021