CPSC 683 - InfoVis

exploring information visualization

Date

October 5, 2017

Teaching Notebooks

This article talks about the digitization of Paul Klee’s notebooks from when he taught at the Bauhaus from 1921 to 1931. While I love notebooks in general, this image stuck out to me due to its resemblance to a polar… Continue Reading →

Elevator Vis #2

This is 5 minutes of ICT elevator data. Today I tried to capture the order of events, unfortunately, I tried to make this graphic as it was happening. The elevator was very busy and the accuracy suffered. The height is… Continue Reading →

Abacus

(https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/714z-ywpDjL.SY355.jpg) The abacus was invented to be a portable device that helped keep track of large numbers, mostly used by merchants who required a way to keep tally of their inventory. This device was one of the first stages of… Continue Reading →

Herd Immunity

Source┬áBased off This Data This is a great visualization because there’s no actual “number” associated with the effectiveness of immunity. Instead it shows you a simulation of how herd immunity works. This allows the reader to come to the understanding… Continue Reading →

fave colours

Another one from /r/dataisbeautiful. Favourite colours of reddit users.

Sculpture as a Visualization Tool

http://www.creativeapplications.net/theory/meibach-and-posavec-data-visualization-poetry-and-sculpture/32/ Miebach collects weather data from various environments and histories and then either translate it into music or into colorfully elaborate weaved sculptures. I am fascinated by the idea that someone would spend an inordinate amount of time to build… Continue Reading →

Feltron Reporter App

A beautiful iOS app for collecting personal data designed by Nicholas Feltron, a famous infovis designer. Use it to collect your own personal data and export it as a csv! http://www.reporter-app.com

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