Modelling the result of analyzing the text from an article. It provides a very nice way to see what people are talking about in the selected articles
Crime rates in cities around the world shown using physical elevation maps.
Representation of World population from 10,000 BCE to 2000 CE.
https://www.wired.com/2013/08/london-underground-3d-map/ This is an interactive 3D visualization of London transit. It includes with real-time data, line depth, and detailed mapping. Although without proper labeling this could be incredibly useless.
Hamilton is great and so is this visualization by Shirley Wu. Each line (or set of lines by the same person) is a circle, and you can group them by singer, theme, or song. It’s a lot of fun to… Continue Reading →
the stack visualization constantly updates stories with the most recent activity load across the bottom of the screen and then ‘Diggs’ seemingly fall from the sky to land and create a real-time graph of what stories are popular.
This is an absolutely beauty! credits (http://www.matthiasdittrich.com/projekte/narratives/visualisation/index.html) The music was segmented in single channels. The channels are shown fanlike and the lines move from the center away with the time. The angle of the line changes according to the frequency… Continue Reading →
credits (https://www.flickr.com/photos/marc_smith/8924975889) This is a graph of tweets that contains the word “datavis” taken from 1500 users over a 7-day, 2-hour, 0-minute time period. Data visualization is increasing coming into focus!
I’m sure glad that most clothing tags also include written instructions for washing and drying. I was never taught the language of laundry!
The Termite system. A Combination of tabular view, displaying term-topic distributions for an LDA topic model and a bar chart (right) showing the marginal probability of each term.
(https://www.visualcinnamon.com/portfolio/words-lord-of-the-rings) This visualization displays the words spoken by the characters of Lord of the Rings. Even though its a cool concept, it can be a bit hard to read at times since, for the thinner connections, it becomes a little… Continue Reading →
Visualization of the 238 cities bidding for Amazon’s HQ2 represented in 3D. (converted to 2D here). Common Calgary
Jonathan Stray. Wikileaks Iraq: how to visualise the text. www.guardian.com. https://www.theguardian.com/news/datablog/2010/dec/16/wikileaks-iraq-visualisation “At the rate of one document per minute, it would take 272 days non-stop to read every report — and you still might miss the big picture. This is… Continue Reading →
This little diddy comes to us all the way from GE. This was an interactive visualization that showcased the words used in internal reports over the last century .
So in the last 5+ posts I made I noticed the images don’t show up unless you click on the actual thread. Sad times indeed. In the spirit of all things Beatles today folks, check out this little diddy related… Continue Reading →
Peep this. created for the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP). Cool spin on the traditional tree like structure.
October 31 Each year Calgary has a halloween data challenge called #yyckidcount that encourages users to tweet the number of kids that visit their home! Here’s how one turned out in 2014. http://yyckidcount.kenwtong.com
This is natural info vis. This leaf-tailed gecko doesn’t have a hard time hiding itself from predators on account of its appearance. Source: “https://www.boredpanda.com/animal-camouflage-39/”
Large means different things in different countries when it comes to McDonald’s drinks. This is a cool way of showing that. Source: https://www.dramafever.com/news/japanese-mcdonalds-serves-smallest-drink-sizes-in-the-world/
https://twitter.com/TeleportInc/status/841997568506789894 The first impression from this chart is that I was expecting a more significant proportion for the English language. I am also proud that my first language Bengali is spoken by so many people compared to other major world… Continue Reading →
“Beautiful in English” is a project by Nadieh Bremer (visualcinnamon.com) and Google News Lab, in which they visualized the most popular words translated from different languages into English. “Beautiful” is the most common word to be translated. The second most… Continue Reading →
Playing with layering to represent time, with x indication faculty (subject), y indicating # of courses, area = # of students… Update: I’ve since implemented this as an interactive bubble chart visualization. It works much better than I’d imagined –… Continue Reading →
(http://www.dorkly.com/post/70445/a-handy-guide-to-the-harry-potter-spells-you-need-to-know) I friggin love Harry Potter and finding this diagram made me very excited. Its pretty well organized and it makes it easy to associate spells with whether they’re a charm, a curse, or an unforgivable curse.
Source Another look at graphs and how to represent them with large data. In this graph, the use of colour, as well as spatial partitioning combine to give a relative sense as to what you’re looking at.
Source A walk generated using the primes. Every digit was used to decide the direction of the path. For larger numbers, a larger scale was used for each step.
Source Another approach at visualizing pi. Due to the possible transcendental nature of pi, we’re not even sure if a pattern exists. It’s still fun and interesting though to visualize.
October 30 WSJ visualized 50 years of comic book colors in an interactive data visualization! Try it for yourself here.
https://www.slideshare.net/gtmarketing8688/data-visualization-inspiration-analysis-to-insights-to-action-faster I found this visualization to be very simple but very effective in communicating the core message. The first visualization uses a pie to display the list of countries with the highest consumption of oil. All countries are not presented… Continue Reading →
Holy. That’s a lot of debt. http://www.visualcapitalist.com/63-trillion-world-debt-one-visualization/ What struck me was the dual visualizations – area of the country representing the sheer dollar value, colour representing that amount as a share of GDP. Interesting. Japan’s kind of a mess, apparently…. Continue Reading →
Interesting use of lego to visualize a calendar – and bonus marks for making it integrated. Apparently, taking a photo of the lego calendar with an app triggers google calendar somehow. http://vitaminsdesign.com/projects/lego-calendar/
Another version of a word tree. I like this circular layout a lot more than the horizontal one I shared previously. (Stanford University)
https://newatlas.com/art-ones-and-zeros-data-visualization/49926/ This is a visualization of the top 10 words translated from all 10 languages combined into English. The words are repeated in a circular pattern positioned from the center based on their rank. Although I can’t see the point… Continue Reading →
http://www.visualcomplexity.com/vc/project_details.cfm?id=386&index=27&domain=Art Each year in Bremen, Germany an international literature festival is organized. Every year a design theme is chosen to turn poetic texts into an image by a computer program. The image displayed here is one of the representation. Each… Continue Reading →
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vitruvian_Man) The Vitruvian man is a visualization made by Leonardo da Vinci based on the correlations of ideal human proportions as described by the roman architect Vitruvius. Drawn by Leonardo da Vinci, it demonstrates a blend of methematics and art… Continue Reading →
(http://paigeentwistle.com/greek-myths/theseus-and-the-minotaur/) According to the myth King Minos would lock his enemies within his maze to be devoured by the minotaur. Interestingly enough, differently from other “mazes”, the one used by Minos was circular and actually more of a labyrinth than… Continue Reading →
We’ve seen the Citi volumetric data visualization prototype before, but this sample image resonates with me for how I might make my data project visible in 3D space (and interactive). via http://8ninths.com/case-study/citi-holographic-workstation/
Source This company essentially works with processors and developing them for use in machine learning applications. This graph representation has around 3mil nodes. I like the organic feeling it has to it, and the perception of an almost primitive life form.
(https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_emotions) This wheel was developed by Robert Plutchik and is used to illustrate different emotions in a straightforward way, while allowing the measuring of emotional ranges. He suggested 8 bipolar emotions and color coded them to facilitate their association. Although… Continue Reading →