Visualize your time-use data

Quickly design and customize your own time-use visualizations. This website provides a collection of time-use visualizations and their code to help researchers and other interested people to create their own time-use graphs.

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You will be able to do it yourself.

We will walk you through the steps to creating your own visualizations using R. The R package and their tutorials are on GitHub. Step-by-step tutorial is linked here.

Create graphs faster

Everything you need to create graphs for your blog

We primarily focus on creating visualizations of time-use data for web-oriented outlets. You will be able to create them for your online blogs and wider-audience-oriented journalistic articles.


Tempograms allow visualizing multiple 24-hour diaries as area plots.


Transitions help figure out which activities are more likely to follow.

Moving Paths

Path diaries visualize diaries as paths from activity to activity.


Maps help visualize averages by US states.

Total Time

Total time visualizations help summarize where all time goes.

Easy Code

Packages will help you create your graphs easily.

Time-use research is a fascinating field of interdisciplinary study, aiming to explain and predict people's everyday behavior. These packages will help you reach wider audiences with compelling graphs.

Kamila Kolpashnikova

Time-Use Researcher


Helpful Resources

Here are all the tutorials you will need to run these graphs on your own blog or provide embeddable links to your graphs.

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If you have any questions or cannot figure out how to make things work with all the tutorials above, please do not hesitate to contact us.