http://www.dundas.com/support/blog/visualizing-for-the-color-blind I was not aware about the fact that colour blindness are also categorised. I am also pleased to know that I am not among the 5% male having Deuteranomaly.
(http://www.mini.pw.edu.pl/~mnowakie/cg_projects/images/VoronoiCells3D.JPG) Voronoi Diagrams are the dual of Delaunay Triangulations and they are highly useful when attempting to find the nearest point to any given point in an efficient manner. The closest pair of points actually belong to the site of… Continue Reading →
A crazy visualization of physics articles by keyword, via Scientific American. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/relativity-s-influence-is-still-going-strong-on-its-100th-birthday/
source: http://www.who.int/health_financing/topics/financial-protection/monitoring-data/en/ This graph is from WHO website. I find it is very difficult to read the information from the graph as figure is small and contains lot of information. Some of the information is not correct as I am aware… Continue Reading →
source: http://f2017cpsc683.ucalgaryblogs.ca/wp-admin/post-new.php In this visualization, it is not possible to identify the different counties. However, main point of the authors is to convey that age of first child birth has been increased between 1995 to 2015. So, this simple graph properly… Continue Reading →
A font for creating information visualizations in text. Just type! http://aftertheflood.co/projects/atf-spark