Visualization tools and uses
Over 1 billion charts, maps, plots and diagrams are found in print publications each year - but only 40 million online. This huge discrepancy is a reflection of the complexity to create & publish charts online. Chartle.net tears down the complexity of online visualizations - offers simplicity, ubiquity and interactivity instead. upcoming features : impressive new Ajax/Flash user interface and improved data import from Excel.
Online brainstorming and planning tool for team activities
Rough It Out Scapple doesn’t force you to make connections, and it doesn’t expect you to start out with one central idea off of which everything else is branched. There’s no built-in hierarchy at all, in fact—in Scapple, every note is equal, so you can connect them however you like. The idea behind Scapple is simple: when you are roughing out ideas, you need complete freedom to experiment with how those ideas best fit together. Literature and Latte - Scapple for Mac OS X and Windows
Applications Exploratory Data Analysis: intuition-oriented analysis by networks manipulations in real time. Link Analysis: revealing the underlying structures of associations between objects, in particular in scale-free networks. Social Network Analysis: easy creation of social data connectors to map community organizations and small-world networks.
Mind Maps/Thinking Maps/Graphic Organizers
This website helps you to generate tree clouds from a text, that is word clouds where the words are arranged on a tree which reflects their semantic proximity inside the text. The first tree cloud appeared on Jean Véronis's blog in December 2007, you can now create your own with this website, or with the TreeCloud software. Create your own tree cloud online!
We've redesigned the entire diagramming process to make it as easy as possible. Make flow charts, wireframes, mind maps, and org charts. Try it now Sign up free Diagramming Software Drag and drop shapes onto the canvas to startflowcharting and mapping out a process.
Kodu is a visual programming language suitable to teach kids the basic of programming and to train their creativity. In today’s lesson, we will build a simple game that we can use as an introduction to Kodu. The Building Blocks of Kodu Kodu Teaches Your Kids to Visually Program Their Own Video Games
Do you have an idea, a problem or just a cool picture that you quickly want to show a friend? • Anything you paint will show up for all other users in the room in real time. • One click to save a sketch as an image for embedding on forums, blogs, etc.
The "Gallery" section is new to our website. We hope to build a strong VUE community of users and thinkers. We need your help in creating a stimulating gallery area, showcasing your uses of VUE. Let us know about your maps and stories, and we will post them on this page. Featured Maps Patrick Szucs explains the use as a Tool for the Construction of Narrative.
What are subversive cartographies? This issue is addressed a series of presentations organized by Chris Perkins (University of Manchester) and Jörn Seemann (Louisiana State University) for the upcoming 2008 Association of American Geographers meeting (Boston, April 15-19 2008). “To be subversive, is to wish to overthrow, destroy or undermine the principles of established orders. Subversive Cartographies
Emotional Cartography - Technologies of the Self Edited by Christian Nold, 2009 Emotional Cartography is a collection of essays from artists, designers, psychogeographers, cultural researchers, futurologists and neuroscientists, brought together by Christian Nold, to explore the political, social and cultural implications of visualising intimate biometric data and emotional experiences using technology. Essays by Raqs Media Collective, Marcel van de Drift, Dr Stephen Boyd Davis, Rob van Kranenburg, Sophie Hope and Dr Tom Stafford Emotional Cartography - Edited by Christian Nold