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SoundConsensus is an interactive visualization by @mattbrehmer for comparing multiple ranked lists of record reviews from 19 prominent music publications. The data visualized here represents the 105 most-reviewed records released in 2014, according to the music publication aggregator site albumoftheyear.org.

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Visual Encoding: Each column is associated with a music publication. Each cell containing a bar corresponds to a review score. The vertical position of a cell encodes its rank among other reviews from that publication. The bars in each cell encode the score itself.

The first column is unique in that it encodes the overall rank and score calculated by [albumoftheyear.org](htt

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A color stock chart, faceted by stock name and drawn as small multiples. Each series contains 10 years of data, represented by the columns. Each column has a maximum (top tile), a median (middle tile), and a minimum (bottom tile).

Values are indexed to the median value in the first year in each series, which facilitates comparisons between stocks and years along a percentage scale. See Bertin's discussion of indexing for multiple time-series variables.

A recent study assessed the effectiveness of color stock charts, as well as a number of other time-series visualizations, for several analysis tasks, such as determining and comparing ranges. It is reported in this 2014 CHI paper by Albers et al.

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binary, for any purpose, commercial or non-commercial, and by any
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means.
In jurisdictions that recognize copyright laws, the author or authors
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software to the public domain. We make this dedication for the benefit
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