CPSC 683 - InfoVis

exploring information visualization


October 9, 2017

Emotion Visualization

http://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2013/12/30/258313116/mapping-emotions-on-the-body-love-makes-us-warm-all-over?utm_content=socialflow&utm_campaign=nprfacebook&utm_source=npr&utm_medium=facebook A team of scientists in Finland asked people to map out where they felt different emotions on their bodies. They found that the results were surprisingly consistent, even across cultures.The image shows the region of our body which are… Continue Reading →

Shot looking onto a blown glass vase

Shakespearean Tragedy Network

Martin Grandjean has created a network of characters that appear in the same scene in Shakespeare’s tragedy, and it solves a lot of the issues I found in the network I posted yesterday (size and placement encoding data, consistency in… Continue Reading →

Flight radar

source: https://www.flightradar24.com/DAL5882/f276a4e I like this data representation as it is possible quickly understand how much busy each area. Also, by clicking on a flight, it is possible to track the flight. This is a good way of interactive data visualization.

Ring Map

source: https://ij-healthgeographics.biomedcentral.com/track/pdf/10.1186/1476-072X-10-18?site=ij-healthgeographics.biomedcentral.com The combination of the map with other data visualization technique is helpful to show multiple information in single image. I like this visualization as this allows to provide ways of attaching labels, thematic map, and other graphs.

Info graphic: Diabetes

  source: http://f2017cpsc683.ucalgaryblogs.ca/wp-admin/post-new.php I like the color theme use for all different visualization. Using black in the map helpful to focus the attention compared to using dark red.

Good Night SMS

good night sms by paul heinicker. http://paulheinicker.com/goodnightsms/ , Linked October 2017 On the last text messages visualization, I was pretty harsh on how simple it was and how it barely encoded any information. This one is also very simple, did we text… Continue Reading →

Activity tracking

Still recovering from a cold, so I took it pretty easy on the rower this morning. My watch tracks heart rate every 15 seconds while working out, making for an interesting chart. Some extra info, though. The rower is in… Continue Reading →

ARKit for DataVis

October 9 – A PhD student explores data vis with AR kit, including the image recognition of a banana. As someone looking to develop an AR datavis in the course, I came across this while looking for other examples of… Continue Reading →

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