This is my visualisation of the distribution of HIV victims across the US, is it informative enough?
The data gathered is from the project tycho website, and also a github page which had a csv required for the population of each state. Here are both links
Project tycho: https://www.tycho.pitt.edu/
Within tycho, to get the data i have used in this paper, you need the precompiled dataset for Human Immunodeficiency Virus. The DOI for this is: 10.25337/T7/ptycho.v2.0/US.62479008
Visual design type: Coloured digital graph
Tool: Tableau public
Country: The United States of America
Disease: Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
Visual mapping: Temperature colouring for each state represents the relative ratios of cases of HIV being diagnosed to the total population of the state. Hotter colours represent a higher percentage of the population being diagnosed that year.