CPSC 683 - InfoVis

exploring information visualization


October 6, 2017

Data Humanism

Today is the last day of the IEEE Vis conference, and to celebrate, here’s a sketch I grabbed from an article written by the capstone speaker, Giorgia Lupi. Personally, I’m a huge fan (check out “Dear Data”), and this article… Continue Reading →


I recall seeing this one going around on social media last year as well, or maybe even in the spring. I think this is a good representation of what the last week has looked like in Calgary! (Taken from a… Continue Reading →

Pixels via photosynthesis

From http://itsybitsymag.com/2017/01/21/growing-portraits-grass-artists-ackroyd-harvey/ Ackroyd and Harvey grow walls of grass, and play with light and shade to coax the blades to have controlled levels of photosynthesis. Well-lit blades grow deep green, shaded blades are whiter. This would make an interesting display… Continue Reading →

Elevator Vis 3

This table was much easier to use for direct recording than trying to maintain the coloured line chart, however, it falls short in much the same way the first elevator vis. It loses the order the events happened in exactly… Continue Reading →

Live NYC Transit to Music

This website visualizes live New York City transit and creates a song out of it. http://www.mta.me

Info-graph Definition

https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/126593439496318618/ The best way to explain something to someone is to just show them what they do. I really like the idea of giving definition using visuals rather than words.

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