My friend posted this on Facebook, for a moment I thought he is standing in front of an artwork of an analog signal. It’s like a visual illusion.
(http://www.stat.ufl.edu/~aa/cda/data.html) Found this dataset while looking for a dataset to use in my project. It reminds me that even if this was created into a great visualization, the data that supports it would be absolutely worthless and bias.
September 15, 2017 Colour wheel of social media related companies. Felt this was an easy to digest visualization for several differing types of social media platforms.
This is part of a personal interactive visualization Garmin creates with run data. The time, pace, GPS coordinates, elevation, pace, heart rate, stride length, run cadence, vertical ratio, ground contact time, and temperature are all automatically used to create visualization… Continue Reading →
(Different map projections – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Map_projection#Projections_by_surface) Cartography is actually a harder field than it appears. Even though they do not appear to be so, every 2D world map is distorted in different ways. There are several different projection based techniques that can… Continue Reading →
(Bellos, A. and Harriss, E.Visions of the Universe: A Coloring Journey Through Math’s Great Mysteries. Experiment LLC, 2016 Source) A beautiful representation of the Collatz conjecture. If you pick a random integer n, then recursively perform the following function on n,… Continue Reading →
This online tool provide facilitate colour selection in particular for maps. Also, the main advantage is that it is capable to suggest appropriate colours selection for colour blind people http://colorbrewer2.org/#type=qualitative&scheme=Dark2&n=3
From the New York Times – damage to individual buildings from hurricanes on St. Martin / Sint Maarten. I’d be curious to see population density as well.