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Map your moves

Map your moves
Data This map distills more than 4000 moves from over 1700 people, collected in an informal survey by WNYC, a New York based public radio station. For generating the geo–coordinates from the entered ZIP codes, I used the free bulk geocoder at gpsvisualizer.com. I did not check every single data row in detail, so a few of the moves might be misrepresented. Mapping As most moves occurred from, to or within the New York area, this area displayed enlarged in the white circle at the center of the graphic. Visual markers Each circle corresponds to one zip code area. Actually, it is consists of two overlaid circles: a red one for people moving out of the area, and a blue one for people moving to the area. Interaction Click one of the circles to inspect only moves to or from this area. Details On the right, you can find some statistics on why and when people moved to the selected areas. Related:  DATA VISUALIZATION

A decade of news articles from Hungary visualized | maptd Ebullition is an animated visualization of articles from origo.hu, a major Hungarian news website. The video runs through the history of the site from December 1998 to October 2010, each frame representing a single day. Whenever a place in Hungary is name-checked a map of the country dynamically swells according to the number of items about that location. Every event is accompanied by a sound effect, creating a constant drone-like musical backdrop. The video is part of a larger project entitled SubMap, created by Dániel Feles, Krisztián Gergely, Attila Bujdosó and Gáspár Hajdu of Kitchen Budapest. You might also like:

Map My Summer: What Does an Australian Summer Look Like on YouTube? YouTube Map My Summer [youtube.com] is a new YouTube experiment that tries to provide a more meaningful interface to recently submitted Australian videos. In the end, the project should create a compelling archive of the events, experiences and people from all around Australia during summer (remember, it is summer now down under). In essence, the project tries to filter the related metadata according to the categories Activity, People or Place, while it maps all the videos on a (unfortunately invisible...) map of Australia. Via Visualising Data. Mapping God's Bloodline Follow the genealogy of Jesus from the creation of Adam and Eve through Noah, the tribes of Israel, King David, and finally Joseph and Mary. Zoom out for a broader perspective or zoom in to examine finer details. I began with some key genealogical information found on complete-bible-genealogy.com and am working on adding more detail available at marshallgenalogy.org. I’m seeking out new ways of visualizing this data because I’ve always been dissatisfied with the usual tree-like representation. That method works great if you’re only dealing with a few generations at a time, but beyond that it gets messy. Just how messy is it? First attempt at visualization I made this using a tool called Gephi which is great for deep analysis of complex networks, especially social connections. Floaters – families which can’t be connected back to Adam and Eve None of this is to say that spouses, mothers, and “floater” families are unimportant. Straight Layout

color forecast New York Talk Exchange New York Talk Exchange illustrates the global exchange of information in real time by visualizing volumes of long distance telephone and IP data flowing between New York and cities around the world. In an information age, telecommunications such as the Internet and the telephone bind people across space by eviscerating the constraints of distance. To reveal the relationships that New Yorkers have with the rest of the world, New York Talk Exchange asks: How does the city of New York connect to other cities? With which cities does New York have the strongest ties and how do these relationships shift with time? The NYTE project has been on display at MoMA The Museum of Modern Art, part of the Design and Elastic Mind exhibition, and the real time data is being provided by AT&T.

Soy español, ¿qué quieres que te infografíe? Por Borja Ventura ( @borjaventura ) ecciones de economía básica: cuando un producto tiene mucha demanda y poca oferta, el precio sube; cuando la demanda de ese producto no está donde se produce, se exporta; cuando un territorio produce y exporta de forma frecuente, se convierte en potencia. Ahora cambiad «producto» por infografía y tendréis un retrato de España. Tenemos una enorme cantera de grandes infografistas que no encuentran acomodo en el sector mediático español, pero por los que andan locos por cazarlos más allá de nuestras fronteras. Como ves, no hacen falta ni dos tardes para saber algo de economía. «Menos McLuhan y más cartografía, Adobe, Java Script y CSS en las aulas». Alberto Lucas López «Menos McLuhan y más cartografía, Adobe, Java Script y CSS en las aulas» (Samuel Granados) La primera paradoja es esa. Parece un chollo entonces, pero no es tanto. Chiqui Esteban Entonces hay demanda, se paga algo mejor —sin pasarse— y hay trabajo. Artur Galocha Hechos por otros Propio Propio

On Kawara Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Pour les articles homonymes, voir Kawara. On Kawara (河原 温, Kawara On?), né le 2 janvier 1933 à Kariya au Japon, est un artiste contemporain, célèbre pour ses séries de dates peintes jour après jour depuis la fin des années 1960. Biographie[modifier | modifier le code] Autodidacte, On Kawara réalise ses premières sculptures en 1953. Œuvre[modifier | modifier le code] On Kawara peut être associé à l'Art conceptuel à partir de 1966 où il abandonne les techniques de la peinture classique. Il utilise aussi d'autres moyens de rendre compte du temps. Il expose aussi des livres nommés One Million Years past en 1971 et One Million Years futures en 1983 où sont inscrits sur leurs pages toutes les années composant un million d'années, avec un rythme de 500 ans par page soit 2000 pages par million d'années. Voir aussi[modifier | modifier le code] Bibliographie[modifier | modifier le code] Consciousness. Liens externes[modifier | modifier le code]

Soft Drink Industry Structure The illusion of diversity: visualizing ownership in the soft drink industryPhil Howard,1 Chris Duvall2 and Kirk Goldsberry3August, 2010 BackgroundThree firms control 89% of US soft drink sales [1]. This dominance is obscured from us by the appearance of numerous choices on retailer shelves. Steve Hannaford refers to this as "pseudovariety," or the illusion of diversity, concealing a lack of real choice [2]. To visualize the extent of pseudovariety in this industry we developed a cluster diagram to represent the number of soft drink brands and varieties found in the refrigerator cases of 94 Michigan retailers, along with their ownership and/or licensing connections. Click for zoom.it (scroll in and out) version or extra large versionPDF version of Soft Drink Industry Structure, 2008 ResultsWe recorded 993 varieties of soft drinks. The most successful competitors in these new categories may eventually be bought out. Coca-Cola’s 25 brands and 133 varieties Pepsi’s 17 brands and 161 varieties

Inspirational Quotes / Motivational Quotes / Quotes to live by This site is not suppose to look like this, it's suppose to be a little more fun. You are probably using an old browser like Internet Explorer (Shame on you). Use the latest versions of Firefox, Safari or Chrome instead. Inspirational Quote 68 If you don't like how things are, change it! Jim Rohn Inspirational Quote 67 Winning isn't everything, but the will to win is everything. Vince Lobardi Inspirational Quote 66 If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door. Milton Berle Inspirational Quote 65 Everything you want is on the other side of fear. George Addair Inspirational Quote 64 Nothing is impossible, the word itself says 'I'm possible'! Audrey Hepburn Inspirational Quote 63 You can't live your life for other people. Nicholas Sparks Inspirational Quote 62 Well-behaved women seldom make history. Laurel Thatcher Ulrich Inspirational Quote 61 If you don't like something, change it. Maya Angelou Inspirational Quote 60 Everything you can imagine is real. Pablo Picasso Inspirational Quote 59 I have not failed. C.

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