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exploring information visualization


November 3, 2017


I’m playing around with a D3.js demo that shows a heatmap for calendar-ish data. Trying to figure out if I can transmorgify my data into a format that D3 could handle…

Chamber of Secrets Word Cloud

(http://i.imgur.com/POscAV5.jpg) In honor of Darcy, here is the word cloud for the Chamber of Secrets.

Harry Potter Infographic

(https://ebookfriendly.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/Harry-Potter-multibillion-dollar-empire-full-infographic-540×560.jpg) This infographic displays the success of the Harry Potter series. Its considered to be the best selling series of all time, bringing large revenues to J.K Rowlling, the film actors, and even to EA games, which sold over 40… Continue Reading →

Harry Potter Spell List

(https://i.imgur.com/7Lobml6.jpg) A more complete list of the spells that show up throughout the Harry Potter series. If you haven’t noticed I’m on the nostalgia train.

Subway Maps

Picking up from the previous discussion about distortion, I found this gif that shows how subway maps correspond with actual geography. Honestly, I wish that both views were used because often times I take a longer route to a destination… Continue Reading →

Embroidery on Money – Victoria Villasana

by Victoria Villasana Adding embroidery to existing art pieces to create something unique a beautiful. I like this idea of adding embroidery on top of images/ unconventional material  

Visualization from 1950 by Anthropologist Jean Malaurie on Inuit Genealogy.


November 3 A visualization of many user’s mapping of color to moods. “Track your moods using colors and words. See visualizations of your moods.” – MoodJam

AI Brain Scans

http://www.wired.co.uk/article/ai-machine-learning-brain-scan I was going through the list of visualization that looks like a biological entity, and I found this beautiful image. Basically, it shows how machine learning techniques go through different phases during the computation. The movement of various passes and connections… Continue Reading →

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