CPSC 683 - InfoVis

exploring information visualization

Date

November 23, 2017

Song Repetition

This is from an incredible article that visualizes trends in song repetitiveness in various formats.  It’s an incredibly cool interaction on top of a fairly straightforward series of visualizations. But they all come together to tell a story.

divergence and convergence

Langue d’oiseau I, Textile work by Sheila Hicks, reminds me of Rothko

Visual Programming Interface

http://acg.media.mit.edu/people/jarfish/plate/plate.html An interface like this would really help young programmers to enjoy solving problems just for fun. This is a great way to create an abstraction of the difficulty in programming. Plate integrates all the standard programming interfaces into a… Continue Reading →

3D RGB Scatterplots of colours used in famous paintings

The color of Stary Night has been spread over a 3d scatter plot. This is a cool way of visualizing an images pixels. I hadn’t ever thought about reorganizing color in a photo. https://imgur.com/a/aRBd1,Linked November 2017

Sudoku

Interesting! I would have expected these to get progressively darker with difficulty, but it seems like there are quite a lot of dark squares in the medium difficulty. Taken from r/dataisbeautiful

Crop to Cup

Coffee! As someone who loves coffee more than life, I know very little about it. So I found this very informative! The author spent some time growing coffee and taking notes. It’s shocking how much of it becomes waste! Taken… Continue Reading →

How Music Taste Evolved

November 23 https://pudding.cool/2017/03/music-history/ A visualization of music taste changing over time, with music mixing of the tracks as they switch their position on the top music charts. Very nostalgic and a cool way to experience a year of music in… Continue Reading →

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