Dataviz Sketch​book

If you are a data scientist you will love our journal for data visualization.

Introducing the DataViz Sketchbook

Sketch ideas for your next data science or visualization project; explore available plots and chart types for your inspiration; never forget an idea.

This book was created by data scientists for data scientists, which we are using for our own projects. We are happy to hear from you and any possible suggestion at

With this journal, you get 110 pages in a hard-cover. It contains an overview of helpful graph types and a structure which one to use, 14 graph examples, and over 85 pages of sketch templates for your own data science sketches.

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Great resource, I have it always with me, especially during meetings and brainstorming sessions.

Max Mettenbrink

Data Scientist

At first I was unsure wether this journal is for me. But now I am so happy that I tried it.

Jenny Schulz

Business Intelligence Designer

Have a look inside

Please note that the book interior is in black and white.

DataViz Overview

Learn what graphs or plots will work in which situations.

Graph Examples

Learn more about each plot using our 14 careful prepared examples.

Sketch Templates

This sketchbook journal holds over 85 pages for your own ideas and sketches

Draw your Own

Use the journal sketch templates to draw your own plots.


Please note that the book interior is in black and white.

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Contact Us

We are happy to hear from you. Please feel free to share any feedback, ideas, and suggestion. Thank you. Have a great day.

Feel free to check out our Digital Wall Prints

I am an artist, a data scientist, and a consultant. I love to visualize data, and I am happy to do some of it during my daily work. However, there is no time to make charts that are beautiful in my professional projects most of the time. Hence, I would like to share my personal work here on Etsy.

As a data scientist, I use R and python to program my data visualizations. I love to use ggplot2 when programming in R and Altair in python. Once I have my basic data visualization, I switch to Affinity Designer (similar to Adobe Illustrator) to finalize my print.

I often add a textured background, add text with different fonts, and remove anything that I would like to exclude from my prints.

Feel free to contact me if you have any questions or suggestions. I would love to hear from you.

Have a great day!

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