Why network visualization is useful AT&T Labs' Infoviz research group describes network graphs and their many uses: There is information in the connections. A glance is enough to identify nodes with the most links, nodes straddling different subgroups, and nodes isolated by their lack of connections.
We Visualize Info - Visualization is Persuasion
“How do you feel right now?” Such a short question can lead us toward profound insights into our lives. But how do we ask ourselves that question?
Creating a visual “fingerprint” for film - thesis project by Frederic Brodbeck #processing Cinemetrics is the thesis project of Frederic Brodbeck‘s at the Royal Academy of Arts (KABK), Den Haag. It aims to create a visual “fingerprint” for film using the editing structure, color, speech and motion. Different characteristics are analysed using python and openCV, and data visualised using a custom Processing application. This allows films to be interpreted or compared side by side.
CPSC 533C: Information Visualization, Fall 2009-2010 Remember to reload the page, changes are frequent Instructor: Tamara Munzner First Class: Wed Sep 9 Time/Location: Monday/Wednesday, 12:30-2:00pm, DMP 201 CPSC 533C: Information Visualization, Fall 2009-2010
Here are the various, videos, recordings, transcripts, notes, and slide decks from some of the talks I gave in the first half of 2012. With one exception, all of these are free to view or download. January 21, ORDcamp Ignite Talk Data Visualizations Done Wrong: live lecture recording. 5:11 (quick and fun) January 25, Strata presentation preview Design Thinking for Effective Data Visualization: online lecture. 17:15 January 27, UIE Virtual Seminar preview podcast The Power of Data Visualization: audio recording, transcript. 29:50 Complex Diagrams
Regular readers of this blog have seen the national energy flow diagrams (energy balances) before. I have featured them from many different countries already. I finally came across a similar Sankey diagram the energy flows of Europe for 2010. Sankey Diagrams
Here is a collection of some of the most important, effective, useful and practical data visualisation tools. The content covers the many different resources used to create and publish visualisations, tools for working with colour, packages for handling data, places to obtain data, the most influential books and educational programmes and qualifications in visualisation itself. * Please note there are another 40-50 items to add to these collections but they are going to be saved for now and launched alongside the new version of this website around April * Data and visualisation tools Resources and learning references
Perceptual Edge We are overwhelmed by information, not because there is too much, but because we don't know how to tame it. Information lies stagnant in rapidly expanding pools as our ability to collect and warehouse it increases, but our ability to make sense of and communicate it remains inert, largely without notice. Computers speed the process of information handling, but they don't tell us what the information means or how to communicate its meaning to decision makers.
ITO World ITO's CEO to speak at State of the Map 2013 Peter Miller will present 'OpenStreetMap: Is it fit for business use?' to a global gathering of digital mappers in Birmingham this weekend. This will be a great opportunity for our team to meet the international OpenStreetMap community.
Mike Bostock Mike designs interactive graphics for The New York Times. He is also the author of D3.js, a popular open-source library for visualizing data using web standards.
For those who don’t know me, I’m a researcher for BBC Research & Development. For the last fifteen months I’ve been on attachment with BBC Scotland learning about how R&D interfaces with production divisions. Prior to my attachment I worked closely with Ian on Backstage events such as the Edinburgh Un-Festival and Over the Air so now I’m back in the fold I’ve been asked to work with a small team on the closedown and migration of BBC Backstage. A few weeks have passed since the announcement that Backstage is due to close. It’s taken a while to get up to speed but recently we’ve really started to get a clear idea on what we need to do to close down Backstage in a way that preserves its legacy and continues to support its community.
I’ve become quite the fan of Gephi, lately, and received a good-natured challenge by one of my colleagues, which went something like, “Why is a everything a network with you, now?” Obviously, in the case of social network-like phenomena, such as mapping collaboration in the Digital Humanities with the DH@Stanford graph–network theory and network language (whether visual or theoretical) make sense. Network analytical tools like Gephi are also only a short step away from spatial analytical tools, like ArcGIS, many of which are used to ask questions about geographic networks and not about the kind of continuous data found in topography. Tooling Up for Digital Histories as part of the DH@Stanford graph, which describes collaboration as temporally-aware instances of interconnected social networks at Stanford University. Visualizing Databases
Visual Data Web - Visually Experiencing the Data Web This website provides an overview of our attempts to a more visual Data Web. The term Data Web refers to the evolution of a mainly document-centric Web toward a more data-oriented Web. In its narrow sense, the term describes pragmatic approaches of the Semantic Web, such as RDF and Linked Data.
Best BI tool for only $79. Visualize excel data in seconds. An affordable and easy to use tool for analyzing data.
NYTimes Writes This application is no longer live. It was originally built by Irene Ros who you can still reach here . You can read about it here. About this Project This project was built as part of the VCL Sketches effort, our endeavor to put together and share "short" designs and quick projects.
The WebGL Globe is an open platform for geographic data visualization. We encourage you to copy the code, add your own data, and create your own. If you do create your own globe, please share it with us.
Weave Data Tutorial
KNOWLEDGE BLOCKS: Re-imagine data analysis!
DaisyDisk | thesis.armina
logTool: Revealing the Hidden Patterns of Online Surfing Behavior
CrimeReports | The National Crime Map