Graphing Every* Idea In History « Griff's Graphs. Update: Graph has now been made interactive.
I was originally put onto network visualisation by Simon Raper by his fantastic post graphing the history of philosophy. I’ve learned a lot in the last week and decided to be ambitious. I wanted to see what the entire network would look like – with everyone on Wikipedia. Well, everyone with an infobox containing ‘influences’ and/or ‘influenced by’. For those unfamiliar to this work please see his post first – even if it is just for the pictures! For those new to these types of graphs: the node size represents the number of connections.
Method First I queried Snorql and retrieved every person who had a registered ‘influence’ or registered ‘influenced by’ value (restricted to people only so if they were influenced by ‘anime’, they were excluded).I then decoded these using a neat little URL decoder and imported them into Microsoft Excel for further processing (removing things like ‘(Musician)’ and other similar syntax). Caveats The Future.
Mindmap. Socialnetworks. Mental Imagery. The Effects of Mental Imagery on Athletic Performance Annie Plessinger What is Mental Imagery?
Mental imagery, also called visualization and mental rehearsal, is defined asexperience that resembles perceptual experience, but which occurs in the absence of theappropriate stimuli for the relevant perception(plato.stanford.edu/entries/mental-imagery/). Whenever we imagine ourselves performing an action in the absence of physical practice, we are said to be using imagery. While most discussions of imagery focus on the visual mode, there exists other modes of experience such as auditory and kinesthetic that are just as important. Claims Although sports psychology is becoming more prevalent in todays society, there is a surprising lack of web sites that endorse and offer visual imagery skills for sports.
The Importance of Mental Imagery Many sports such as golf, tennis and skating, not only require physical skills, but a strong mental game as well. How to Implement Mental Imagery Studies. Twitscoop - Search twitter, see what's hot right now. Newsmap. Newsmap is an application that visually reflects the constantly changing landscape of the Google News news aggregator.
A treemap visualization algorithm helps display the enormous amount of information gathered by the aggregator. Treemaps are traditionally space-constrained visualizations of information. Newsmap's objective takes that goal a step further and provides a tool to divide information into quickly recognizable bands which, when presented together, reveal underlying patterns in news reporting across cultures and within news segments in constant change around the globe.
Newsmap's objective is to simply demonstrate visually the relationships between data and the unseen patterns in news media. Google News automatically groups news tories with similar content and places them based on algorithmic results into clusters. Currently, the internet presents a highly disorganized collage of information. Help me take some time off work and bring newsmap to the next level. Data Visualizations: 5 Beautiful Social Media Videos. Data visualizations are a wonderful way to display the interactions between large groups of people within a network.
Virtual places like Twitter, Facebook, or Flickr can be easier understood when you see a visual representation of their inner workings. We've chosen five fresh videos that visualize various social media ecosystems. 1. SweetNTweet If all Twitter searches were this fun, I'd probably do little else than stare at them all day. 2. This project displays a visualization of digital photos publically shared on the web by people visiting Spain. 3.
Amazon's Mechanical Turk is a service that harnesses the power of an on-demand human workforce. 4. One of the sponsoring companies of the Edinburgh Twestival, which happened on February 12th, used Twitter to track the networking and socializing at the event. 5. This fascinating visualization video uses data from music social network Last.fm to display the popularity of music genres in certain parts of Europe. TweetGrid - by jazzychad. Twitterfall.