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Category Archives: Data Hero
Nathan Yau of Flowing Data talks about R Tutorials that he created for his site @R-bloggers.com: “My main hope is that the tutorials provide a good starting point for people to visualize their own data in whatever way they like. … Continue reading
Choose Your Own Adventure. This is an adventure in story visualization. Mapping all the possible paths in the iconic children’s books. Awesome.
A network of links to data visualization resources blogs, companies, people, tools, frameworks, books…. The network is based upon the words people use to tag these links using Delicious social bookmarking service. You can select a bunch of resources and … Continue reading
Nigel Holmes on 50 Years of Designing Infographics via Nigel Holmes on 50 Years of Designing Infographics.
Jonathan talks about some major turning points in his life — things he used to believe that he no longer believes, painful moments that ended up being doorways into something else, highs and lows, and other ways in which life’s … Continue reading
From Gavin Kistner in the Netherlands “The D3.js Playground is designed to allow you and especially me to play with the D3.js library in an interactive manner. Every edit made that results in valid code affects the playground in realtime. … Continue reading
emotovisualising the emotional response to London 2012emoto is a unique data art project that sets out to visualise the worldwide emotional response to the Olympic Games 2012. We track social media sites for themes related to the games and analyse … Continue reading
TULP inspiration. Jan Willen Tulp of TULP interactive shares data visualizations, generative designs and creative coding that inspire him. Also check out his company website at http://tulpinteractive.com/
Jason Salavon | Data vis & sim. Using software processes of his own design, Jason Salavon generates and reconfigures masses of communal material to present new perspectives on the familiar. Though formally varied, his projects frequently manipulate the roles … Continue reading