Click the above drop down menu and select a type of visualization.
A graphical bar depiction comparing categories of the selected parameter. For instance, you can compare the number of militants recruited in Kurdish cities to those in Europe when 'Recruitment Location' parameter is chosen. Hover the pointer over the bars to see the respective count.
This visualization is best to compare parts of a whole, like comparison between the number of male and female militants. Legends have been placed below the graph, you may also see the count of each category by hovering over the graph.
A visualization rendering geographical location of categories belonging to the selected parameter. To see the number of militants born in Turkey, simply hover over it after selecting 'Birth Country' parameter. Higher the color intensity, more the number of militants.
A hierarchical visualization to refine the comparison across parameters. For example, after selecting 'Gender (Embargoed)' 'Age Group of Recruitment' and 'Recruitment Location' parameters, you will notice that the only female militant older than 34 years was recruited from Europe.
Pearson correlation heat map showing correlation coefficients and significance levels across foremost parameters.
Radar charts can be used to compare multiple categories across parameters, the visualization makes it easy to see if there are any outliers/similar values amongst each variable. The year 1992 saw the highest number of recruitment and the highest number of deaths.
These plots are useful for identifying outliers and for comparing distributions.
Double Bar Graphs can be useful to visualize cross tabulated data in order to compare categories of different parameters. For instance, it shows how 'Recruitment Location' of militants change over time when 'Recruitment Location' is chosen as first parameter and 'Recruitment Period' is chosen as the second parameter. Hover over the bars to see the details of respective category.
Given two jointly distributed categories, this graph makes it easy to visualize their distribution. For example, you can choose 'Education' as first parameter and 'Recruitment Location' as the second parameter. Then choose 'University' as education category to see distribution of recruitment location of militants with college education. Specific categories can be selected from the check-boxes below.