Found an interesting blog over at https://visual.ly/blog/learning-from-mistakes-in-visualization/ . Here’s a prime example, the man who is 243% baby boomer.
This piece uses a base of 48 hours and converts several layers of data (One year approximately) and is related to the gravitational influence the Sun and Moon have on the Arctic environment.
homicide distribution for 2008 (canada). interesting infographic using bar charts, the map and people. with a distribution showing the type of homicide in addition to a colour ramp.
This is an incredibly detailed and accurate map of the world by “6th century B.C.E., Pre-Socratic thinker Anaximander, student of Thales, whom Aristotle regarded as the first Greek philosopher” (from the page linked). I joke about it being not very accurate,… Continue Reading →
https://xcorr.net/2011/06/15/the-far-reaching-influence-of-sparse-coding-in-v1/ The image is generated by using sparse code representation of neural code image patches. I think the visualization here is straightforward, but it really captures the power of this machine learning technique. The visualization here justifies what we already… Continue Reading →