CPSC 683 - InfoVis

exploring information visualization

Date

November 25, 2017

Film Dialogue

(I apologize for The Pudding spam, but I’ve fallen in love with these articles.) This article extends on a previous article about the Bechdel Test in film by showing the gender composition of film dialogue. In this very telling, but… Continue Reading →

Satellite orbits around Earth 2002 – 2017 (from http://www.esa.int/spaceinimages/Images/2017/11/Integral_s_orbits_2002_17)

Overlapping And Non-overlapping Clusters of Social Interactions

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/311645849_Community_detection_on_complex_graph_networks_using_Apache_Spark/figures?lo=1 Image of a cluster that has both overlapping and non-overlapping components. I think the visualization can be improved if we can split the visualization into two simple viewings triggered by a toggle button. One visualization can focus only on edges,… Continue Reading →

Coffee Logging

My partner and I are addicted to coffee, we have at least two cups every day. I noticed he drank his much faster than I did so we marked how big our sips were/ how many we took and noted… Continue Reading →

Interactive layers of data

#ODDITYVIZ

November 25 Visualizing David Bowie’s Space Oddity on Vinyl Records. You can order prints of the visualization for yourself! Check out the full set here!

Evolution of health protection coverage as a percentage of total population

source: https://ourworldindata.org/health-meta/ I like the color scheme used in this graph. Line pattern also used to distinguish countries in addition to the colours. The sudden changes of the line shows impact of policy changes. Thus, it may useful to mention special… Continue Reading →

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