CPSC 683 - InfoVis

exploring information visualization

Date

September 29, 2017

Menu Vis

https://www.pinterest.ca/sol333/data-visualization/ , Linked September 2017 (I am not sure if this is the original poster but I wasn’t able to find another instance) My last few posts have been a bit more serious but I thought this was quite a… Continue Reading →

A Brief History of CO2 Emissions

This 3D visualization reminded me of the ones discussed in last week’s paper. It’s very aesthetically pleasing and helpful to identify trends, but I can see how there might be issues of obscuring certain views. On the site, you can… Continue Reading →

Source Code Visualizations

Although I am putting up a static image but you want watch the entire visualization please visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S3OXyJBb5FA. Great idea how the entire journey of creating a software project can be visualized and documented for future references.

Lego vis

This wasn’t the visualization my group chose to present in class but it was the one I had the most fun making. We originally had the idea to build numbers out of lego to represent the amounts in each category… Continue Reading →

Global Forest Watch has created visualizations of watersheds. Here you can see live Forest Fires globally, from the last 72 hours as compared to Tree Cover loss from 2001 – 2014.

Visualization of my visualizations

This is kind of tongue in cheek. This is a visual representation of my posting habits to this visual blog. After reading through a few other posts, I began to get a feel for what certain people liked and a… Continue Reading →

Neural Net

Source Pulled from a video published by Cyber Controls which visualizes how a perceptron neural net “thinks.” As displayed by the annotation, only 2% of the network synapses are shown. This makes me realize that visualizations can not only show… Continue Reading →

flight routes of the world

There’s no bundling or fisheye-ing of routes, and it’s difficult to make sense of individual routes in the jumble of spaghetti, but even this “all” view shows useful patterns – you can see hubs, branching points, gaps. Interactive version via… Continue Reading →

Visualizing Firewalls

(http://cipherdyne.org/LinuxFirewalls/ch14/fig14-14.png)   Data from firewalls and from intrusion detection systems analyze network traffic and being capable of visualizing them could provide a large insight to cyber security. One possibilty is to use a directional graph-like structure where arrows are used… Continue Reading →

Visualizing Binary Files

(https://i.stack.imgur.com/EgQhw.png) We are used to seeing binary files as text and many times haven’t tried to visualize them as images. One technique is to take all 256 possible characters in the ASCII system, convert them to binary, and plot the… Continue Reading →

Sierpinsky Triangle

(http://ecademy.agnesscott.edu/~lriddle/ifs/siertri/sierpinskiGasketLarge2.gif) Sierpinsky Triangle or the Sierpinsky Gasket is a fractal with an overall shape of an equilateral triangle which is recursively subdivided into other smaller equilateral triangles. Its default implementation occurs in 2D  but it can be implemented in 3D… Continue Reading →

Nose Hill Park Leaf Art

September 29 As an extension of our previous leaf visualization, we decided to create a more artistic version of the data, showing the patterns of seasons.

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