CPSC 683 - InfoVis

exploring information visualization

Date

November 30, 2017

Found this on Twitter posted by an ornithologist. Such a great rhythm here.

Playing With a Sketching Tool

    http://mrdoob.com/projects/harmony/#fur An online tool was used to sketch this beautiful image. They have a vibrant set of brush tools to create simple sketches. It uses neighbor point connection concept. Check out the link to draw simple designs.

Transformation Maps

This is a gif from an article about the Transformation Map vis developed by the World Economic Forum. I think the interaction of this vis is nice, as it only shows a subset of the data at any one time,… Continue Reading →

Data Shapes

November 30 “At the crossroads of data design and data art, “Data Shapes” is an experimental project that introduces a realtime way to visualize the global flow of public data (referring to both free and open data). Rather than the… Continue Reading →

Map with dots

source: https://www.jrf.org.uk/report/reducing-health-inequalities-britain Rather than polygons dots have been used to visualize spatial information. I do not think the areas represent from dot is not the real boundaries of geographic areas. However, I like that the using dots to represent the area…. Continue Reading →

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