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Improving visualisation - Gallery "Spike" map Interactive United States population density map. Average rating: 7.5 (23 votes) 2D histogram An extension of the concept of histogram to display the colour image content. Average rating: 4.8 (5 votes) 3D graphic An example of a 3D visualisation, used in this case to represent an object. Average rating: 2.2 (11 votes) 3D Infographic This is an online application that presents backdated meteorological data from Augsburg, Germany. Average rating: 5.9 (9 votes) 3D Map 3D-rendered map of London showing landmarks and accurate locations of tube lines. Average rating: 5.8 (10 votes) 3D scatterplot Extension of a scatterplot to third dimension to represent measurements on sepals and petals of Iris flowers. Average rating: 3 (3 votes) Accesibility Map The map shows the average number of pickups for different times of the day and days of week Average rating: 3.3 (3 votes) Accessibility map Average rating: 6.8 (4 votes) Agreement chart Average rating: 3.7 (3 votes) Annotated Google map Area profiler Bar chart

Dans les testicules de Darwin Infographics news Science Blogs: definition & history I have been asked recently to write an article, somewhat along the lines of this one but longer, and with a somewhat different angle, asking a little bit different questions: What makes a science blog? Who were the first science bloggers and how long ago? How many science blogs are there? How does one differentiate between science blogs and pseudo-science, non-science and nonsense blogs? The goal of the article is to try to delineate what is and what isn’t a science blog, what are the overlaps between the Venn diagram of science blogging and some other circles, and what out of all that material should be archived and preserved forever under the heading of “Science Blogging”. We’ve had these kinds of discussions for years now… but I’ll give it my best shot. Defining a science blog Defining a science blog – heck, just defining a blog – is difficult. What is considered a science blog varies, and has changed over the years. Finally, blogging is not just about text. What is a blog carnival?

Gapminder: Unveiling the beauty of statistics for a fact based world view. Posts - Research Blogging FlowingData | Data Visualization, Infographics, and Statistics Humeurs Le parcours du professeur connecté Que d'outils numériques mis à notre disposition en ligne pour simplifier notre métier d'enseignant : le réseau local de l'établissement, le site de l'établissement, l'espace numérique de travail, etc. Sauf qu'au bout d'un certain temps, on commence à s'y perdre quelque peu, comme en atteste cette brève vidéo... Lire la suite : À urler

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