CPSC 683 - InfoVis

exploring information visualization

Date

November 21, 2017

The Atmosphere of Blankets and Lights

I really like the look and feel of this picture as design inspiration for my term project https://www.pinterest.co.uk/explore/bed-canopy-lights/?lp=true

Drug Co-Morbidities

Though an aesthetically appealing image, this graph of drug co-morbidities means absolutely nothing to me. I have no idea how these nodes and edges are mapped to the underlying data or even the details about the data itself.

A big piece I did last year

Tedosphere

https://www.webdesignerdepot.com/2009/06/50-great-examples-of-data-visualization/ The sphere displays videos from all the great talkers participated in TED conferences. If the layout were selected based on the geospatial organization of the talkers, then this globe would have been more meaningful.

radial detail explosion

This is from a project page from a Spanish architecture firm. Looks interesting, but the radial layout and zoom/exploding details caught my eye. http://pyoarquitectos.com/by-the-way/reconstruccion-de-vehiculos-de-la-mirada/2/

Analyzing the Gender Representation of 34,476 Comic Book Characters

November 21 https://pudding.cool/2017/07/comics/ “Female characters appear in superhero comics less often than males — but when they are included, how are they depicted?” –  Amanda Shendruk

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