(http://www.lolking.net/summoner/na/29562954/Dimsum1080#/profile) I’m a pretty obsessive gamer – the more stressed out I am, the more I game to try and alleviate that stress. This graph shows my progress in League of Legends from February until now. That huge spike at… Continue Reading →
(https://www.facebook.com/gamersboard/videos/1742871752413182/) The picture is actually completely meaningless without watching the video, so please do watch the video 😀 but this is a visualization of music by using drawings of the bike travelling over various lines. I think this is probably… Continue Reading →
http://idav.ucdavis.edu/~dfalcant/projects.php?project_name=chess_game_visualization I find the idea of visualizing chess moves to be quite interesting and useful. I found this project on chess visualization where a hyperbolic tree is used to represent chess moves. Each node represents a game state and when… Continue Reading →
source: https://www.economist.com/blogs/graphicdetail/2017/10/daily-chart-9 This is a very simple visualization. However, I like that they have used the date of birth rather than the age for this visualization. It clearly shows the wide range of data distribution.
source : https://architizer.com/blog/most-photographed-locations/ This map has similar distribution to the other characteristics such as population density or income.Specially location is a tourist destination, it is more likely to photograph and share online.
source: http://www.sugarstacks.com/beverages.htm?utm_source=DesignTAXI&utm_medium=DesignTAXI&utm_term=DesignTAXI&utm_content=DesignTAXI&utm_campaign=DesignTAXI I think most of the food does not show the what it contain. Even though there is a text description on contains, most of the people ignore that or does not read it. I think this type of visualization… Continue Reading →
source: https://www.citylab.com/equity/2015/07/mapping-the-us-by-property-value-instead-of-land-area/397841/ This map uses the property value to resize the areas. It shows that areas close to the sea is larger compared to the areas middle of the country. However, I find it is difficult to identify the areas by… Continue Reading →
source: https://medium.com/@sohanmurthy/visualizing-americas-health-care-deserts-675f4502c4e1 source: http://flowingdata.com/2013/08/27/in-search-of-food-deserts I like these maps draw attention to where the problem is severe. However, the first map does not provide enough information (in text) to understand the graph. If the visualization is not self explained, it is important to… Continue Reading →
This photo quality is horrible, but I took it on a drive home a couple weeks ago. I thought the sunset looked was absolutely beautiful, and made a really nice colour scheme with the sky.
(http://snip.ly/pJsZ#http://www.puffpuffproject.com/languages.html) The above is an example of an interactive map made by DensityDesign which serves to introduce non-linguists to all 2,678 languages spoken in the world. The visual also allows you to explore language families, where they are most… Continue Reading →
still thinking about motion and traces of events, and got thinking about the particle accelerator at CERN. They use detectors and visualizations to make subatomic particles and their tracks visible to the naked eye. Snapshots of incredibly small and incredibly… Continue Reading →
October 17 A visualization timeline of ever apple product. (available for purchase) The Insanely Great History of Apple