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Wardrobe Graph

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posted on 2024-04-25, 16:27 authored by Katie Ellen HefnerKatie Ellen Hefner

This is the Wardrobe Graph. The graph was constructed in my Fashion, Consumers, and Economy class. It displays every item in my closet with percentages that illustrate either big or small amounts of articles of clothing that I own. The main point of this visualization was to display consumer behavior when it comes to purchasing clothing items. Through creating this, I was able to find out what garments I was in desperate need of, what ones I had a decent amount of, and what ones I had an immense quantity of. I decided to color code each percentage of clothing by using pink meaning excessive, teal meaning moderate, and purple meaning inadequate. Lastly, graphics were displayed to give it a more stylish flair and further implement that the graph was associated with fashion.



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This item is part of the University of Arizona Libraries 2024 Data Visualization Challenge

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