Recently, I’ve been trying to wrap my head around visualizations involving multiple dimensions of data and geospatial information. This visualization in combination with the one I posted yesterday, had given me an idea! Ideas are good, right? Thinking rather than… Continue Reading →
Here’s a visualization that I’m sure has it’s application. However, to me, this is a poor choice of visualization for the data (which is not actually indicated) . It looks like a ball of yarn .
While this is not a data visualization, I’ve been looking up a bit of literature from Tufte, specifically on Graphical Excellence. Here’s one little tidbit I came across.
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.
Didn’t quite understand what the vis was about because it’s another language, however, look at all that data. Check out the use of so many different scales. This thing is packed full of goodness.
Truthfully, I just liked the aesthetics of this viz.
This visualization looks at different sectors and respective jobs. Plotted over time. Pretty nifty use of the sort of double stacked bar chart.
Check out this sankey ! Freddy Mercury seems to dominate.
Tableau, Excel, D3, Google Charts, Microsoft Power BI – all great softwares for visualizations. They are becoming very rich in their feature sets that visualizations like the one above are possible with minimal effort (re: Tableau)
See: http://cargocollective.com/intermodaldatavis/Intermodal-Challenge-Datavis This visualization seeks to visualize the ideal method of transportation for Curitiba at any given time of the day. The length of the arc is representative of increasing speed. The scale along the bottom details the time of day… Continue Reading →
This little diddy comes to us all the way from GE. This was an interactive visualization that showcased the words used in internal reports over the last century .
So in the last 5+ posts I made I noticed the images don’t show up unless you click on the actual thread. Sad times indeed. In the spirit of all things Beatles today folks, check out this little diddy related… Continue Reading →
Peep this. created for the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP). Cool spin on the traditional tree like structure.
Found an interesting blog over at https://visual.ly/blog/learning-from-mistakes-in-visualization/ . Here’s a prime example, the man who is 243% baby boomer.
This piece uses a base of 48 hours and converts several layers of data (One year approximately) and is related to the gravitational influence the Sun and Moon have on the Arctic environment.
homicide distribution for 2008 (canada). interesting infographic using bar charts, the map and people. with a distribution showing the type of homicide in addition to a colour ramp.
October 14, 2017 Had to copy this directly from the website because it was of interest “We strive to unite identified leaders of business, academia, professionals, and politicians to use their influence/resources/positions to effect an enduring, comprehensive and effective response… Continue Reading →
October 11, 2017 “From a 2014 article on Business Insider http://www.businessinsider.com/how-retailers-track-shoppers-in-heat-maps-2014-1 A company called Prism Skylabs (ominous!) (and their website doesn’t load now…) uses cameras (and computer vision?) to track where people walk, linger, and interact in a store. The pitch… Continue Reading →
October 6, 2017 Three dimension line rendering – how cool would it be to visualize the many aspects of the brain using a similar technology. Modify perspective, fly through the brain, see the overall wiring and or most active areas.
October 5, 2017 Hans Rosling, interacting with one of his interactive data visualizations that details the economics of countries over time.
October 4, 2017 I don’t have much of a comment with respect to these visualizations, I just like the overall aesthetics of the pastel colours used. They remind me of trees or mushrooms in some way or another.
October 3, 2017 The natural beauty of wild birds, I’ve always enjoyed the look of feathers from various species of birds. I see a lot of potential when it comes to feathers with respect to data visualization.
October 1, 2017 While I don’t necessarily feel the middle portion of this visualization is easily traceable, I like the overall aesthetics of the image.
September 30, 2017 Image of the airport networks around the globe. Near visualization with a lot of lines, I wonder if continental bundling may have helped, or not.
September 22, 2017 Always been interested in the shape and colour of ALL eyes. Not only do I see it as some “gateway into the soul” – I also see it as a journal of our history, our life. … Continue Reading →
September 17, 2017 This vinyl image which has been taken using a flash – has info vis written all over it!
September 15, 2017 Colour wheel of social media related companies. Felt this was an easy to digest visualization for several differing types of social media platforms.