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Mapping Neighborhoods in Boston, San Francisco and New York. Hand-drawn animation of 43 years of the Sun’s weather. (via kottke) William Stone Branching Drawings (identified by wowgreat) Geometric choropleths 1895 vs 1978

Tabletop Whale Datavisualization.ch Selected Tools InfoDesign - Hand-picked since 1997InfoDesign | Hand-picked since 1997 arbor.js » halfviz In the editor to the right you can describe your graph symbolically. As you type, the visualization will update to reflect the nodes and connections you have defined. graphs Your code is read line-by-line and matched for patterns of the form: name1 -> name2 The names can be single or multiple words and can include digits, punctuation, or space characters. lone nodes If you want to create a node without connecting it to any of the others, simply list it on a line by itself: name3 comments The semicolon acts as a comment character; anything to the right of it on a line will be ignored. a simple example ; ; ostracism in achewood, ca ; roast beef -> ray ray -> téodor téodor -> roast beef pat ; pat is all alone By default all nodes are displayed as grey boxes with the node name as the text label. colors The node’s color can be set to any value that is a valid CSS color. Setting the color to the special value none will draw the node’s label in black on a white background: labels shapes line weights

Dataisnature About What this is Zoom.it is a free service for viewing and sharing high-resolution imagery. You give us the link to any image on the web, and we give you a beautiful new way to experience it — along with a nice short URL. How it works Zoom.it converts your image to the Deep Zoom format, which lets you smoothly and efficiently explore the whole image, no matter how large. Zoom.it runs on Windows Azure and enhances the experience with Microsoft Silverlight when available. Why we made it We think every image on the web should be a beautiful, high-resolution one. Vega Wikipedia Redefined Mike Bostock Please find my recent work on Observable. Past Work April 28, 2017A Better Way to Code December 9, 2016Command-Line Cartography March 9, 2016What Makes Software Good? December 28, 2015Introducing d3-scale December 3, 2015Introducing d3-shape November 23, 2015Let’s Make a (D3) Plugin December 27, 2014Mapping Every Path to the N.F.L. December 20, 2014How Each Team Can Make the N.F.L. November 5, 2014The Most Detailed Maps You’ll See From the Midterm Elections November 3, 2014How To Scroll September 19, 2014‘Stop-and-Frisk’ Is All but Gone From New York July 26, 2014Mapping the Spread of Drought Across the U.S. June 26, 2014Visualizing Algorithms June 15, 2014Three Little Circles May 22, 2014Is It Better to Rent or Buy? May 6, 2014Let’s Make a Bubble Map April 22, 2014Who Will Win The Senate? March 7, 2014Let’s Make a Block Feburary 14, 2014Front Row to Fashion Week February 14, 2014Sochi 2014: Interactive Stories January 11, 2014Taking the Battle to the States November 5, 2013Let’s Make a Bar Chart #Examples

Designing Interactions Interviews with Terry Winograd, Larry Page and Sergey Brin of Google, Steve Rogers, and Mark Podlaseck Professor Terry Winograd teaches computer science at Stanford. He was advisor to Larry Page when Larry and Sergey Brin were developing their first prototypes, before they founded Google. He gives an overview of the development of the Internet, and explains the reasons behind the extraordinary success that Google has enjoyed. Steve Rogers is head of production at BBC New Media. Mark Podlaseck, who researches the navigation of large databases at IBM, describes the rationale behind his beautiful design for the glassengine, a Web site that allows you to browse the music of Philip Glass.

Visualmente - Haciendo Periodismo Visual desde 2005 en la Ciudad de la Furia - Visualmente.info Vintage InfoPorn No.1 My conceit, when I started making infographics, was simple. I believed this was a *new way* of expressing and visualizing information, a thoroughly modern and zeitgeisty fusion of data and design. Oh you muppet David… These infographics were created by students of American African-American activist W.E.Dubois in 1902. They’re so modern looking! Then there’s ISOTYPE – the International System Of TYpographic Picture Education. There’s a gorgeous small-format book on Isotype by Neurath’s wife Marie and Robin Kinross that’s worth a look. The vibe of ISOTYPE, and its tight visual language, depended heavily on the pictographic work of German artist Gerd Arntz. Nice! Gerd Arntz: Graphic Designer (look inside) is gorgeous book, recently published by 010 Publishers, celebrating his work (Amazon UK | US). So infography has risen and fallen in history.

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