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Weave (Web-based Analysis and Visualization Environment)

Weave (Web-based Analysis and Visualization Environment)

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40 must-see vídeos about data visualization and infographics Our selection of keynotes, TED Talks and interviews by some of the top names in the field (The Joy of Stats, by Hans Rolling, one of the must-see videos) After the success of our collection of data visualization presentations a few weeks ago, we decided to push even further our research of multimedia resources and take the risk of selecting some videos. And we say risk, because the abundance of data visualization videos on the Internet is simply mind-blowing. Just think about it: How many events are there about information visualization? Powerful Open Source Data Visualization plugins – Part 1 Analyzing data online can be a tedious task & when you have tons of data to share online – it could be challenging to make it readable & at the same time interesting for the user to understand the data. In such scenarios data visualization plugins can come in handy to visually represent your data to the user than just presenting it as plain numbers. The main goal of data visualization is to communicate information clearly and effectively through graphical means. There are numerous Javascript plugins on the web which can help in presenting your data in multiple formats & at the same time make it interactive for the user to digest the info being shared easily.

d3 gallery Wiki ▸ Gallery Welcome to the D3 gallery! More examples are available on If you want to share an example and don't have your own hosting, consider using Gist and Tutorials How to Edit R Charts in Adobe Illustrator A detailed guide for R users who want to polish their charts in the popular graphic design app for readability and aesthetics. How to Make an Animated Map in R, Part 4 In the the last part of the four-part series, you make a longer animation with more data and annotate. Histomap « Blog about Stats Data for infographics are particularly numerous and varied. Historical data give us very looooooooooooooong infographics. Taken from the book by Anthony Grafton and Daniel Rosenberg –> Amazon link Some examples are presented by The Morning News. Like this:

37 Data-ish Blogs You might not know it, but there are actually a ton of data and visualization blogs out there. I'm a bit of a feed addict subscribing to just about anything with a chart or a mention of statistics on it (and naturally have to do some feed-cleaning every now and then). In a follow up to my short list last year, here are the data-ish blogs, some old and some new, that continue to post interesting stuff. Data Visualization Framework Framework Expressive Axiis gives developers the ability to expressively define their data visualizations through concise and intuitive markup. 8 Terrific Web Tools for Finding and Creating Data Visualizations April 9, 2014 I got an email yesterday from a teacher asking about web tools that her students can use to create mapped data sets and visual representations of data. I went ahead and compiled the list below featuring some of the best web tools for this purpose. Besides enabling you to create data visualizations, these web tools also contain galleries and libraries of already made visualizations that students can use in their projects. 1- Statplanet StatPlanet (formerly StatPlanet Map Maker) is a free application for creating interactive maps which are fully customizable.

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