interesting interactive vis on carbon footprints, reminded me of the subject meika is working on.
bob rossing it out – adding a little colour into your life. for me, visually appealing, without interaction to isolate trends or specific points it may be a bit difficult to discern especially in areas of significant overlap.
thought it was an interesting looking visualization, would people consider this a spin on parallel coords ?
while it may be visually appealing i find this visualization slightly difficult to interpret. not a major fan.
This chart animates each line separately so you can see a year by year difference. I think that this kind of animation is incredibly valuable as a way to grab a reader’s attention and make a message stick.
https://me.nektro.net/projects/circular_multiplication/#10×8 Visualizing mathematical concepts. This website allows you to play around with the variables of modular arithmetic to help understand how the numbers connect.
http://acg.media.mit.edu/people/jarfish/honey/ This is an excellent visualization of amorphous shapes and how they can be placed inside a circle.
Strava just updated their global heatmap, visualizing all GPS tracks uploaded to the service. I turned off all roads and map labels, but it’s still pretty easy to make out the Calgary area… https://labs.strava.com/heatmap/#9.23/-114.91460/50.60659/hot/all
November 22 https://pudding.cool/2017/03/miles/ “Miles Davis’ legacy, represented by every Wikipedia page that mentions him” – MATT DANIELS