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Revolver Maps - Free 3D Visitor Maps

Revolver Maps - Free 3D Visitor Maps
Description RevolverMaps are a collection of real-time visitor statistics widgets for your website or blog. Have a look at the sample on the left: Every visitor leaves an eternal dot on the 3D globe, recent visitor locations are tagged by the labels showing the flag of the country as well as city and state. All widgets are free of charge, easy to install and customizable in size and appearance. Get an overview of all widgets in the widget gallery. Get Started To quickly embed the globe from the sample above in your page follow two steps: Choose a size and copy the code from the textarea below to the desired position in your HTML structure. 1. more options 2. More Widgets, More Configuration Options → Get the Standard Version, the globe as shown above → Get the Mini Globe, a globe optimized for small sizes → Get the Plain Version, a 2D map → Get the Button, a very small globe → Get the 24 Hours Chart, displays the visits over the last 24 hours Related:  data viz tools

Beautiful Word Clouds Online Charts Builder Hohli Online Charts Builder New version: Try new version of Charts Builder, it based on new Google Charts API Load From Image URL: Chart Data can't equal to original, but very similar to it. Only for images on chart.apis.google.com Chart Type: 3D Pie charts Lines Bar charts Pie charts For Pie Charts with labels choose 1000x300 or 800x375 size Venn diagrams Scatter plots Radar charts Chart Size: 320x240 Horizontal 1000x300 800x375 600x500 320x240 Vertical 300x1000 375x800 500x600 240x320 Square 546x546 400x400 300x300 200x200 Chart Ads: Data: Should be consists only positive numbers, use minus one (-1) for missing value, separated by coma, space or semi(,; ), e.g.: 23, 432, 456, 341 For Lines (pairs): Input data as x-axis and y-axis coordinates, e.g.: x1,y1, x2,y2, x3,y3 Title: Use a pipe character (|) to force a line break in title. Background: Chart is ready you can save it as image Right click on the chart Select "Save image as" Save the image to your computer © 2011 Charts Builder. Developed by Anton Shevchuk

Public Data Explorer Indicateurs de développement humain Rapport sur le développement humain 2013, Programme des Nations Unies pour le développement Les données utilisées pour calculer l'Indice de développement humain (IDH) et autres indices composites présentés dans le Rapport sur le développement humain ... Eurostat, Indicateurs démographiques Eurostat Indicateurs démographiques annuels. Chômage en Europe (données mensuelles) données sur le chômage harmonisé pour les pays européens. Salaire minimum en Europe Salaire mensuel brut minimum en euros ou parités de pouvoir d'achat, données semi-annuelles. Dette publique en Europe Statistiques sur les finances publiques des pays européens.

D3.js - Data-Driven Documents Kartograph – rethink mapping Create An Intimate Map Of Your Life, Using Just Your Email Inbox We rarely think twice when sending an email, or adding a few CCs just for good measure. But these small interactions add up, and when deconstructed en masse, will reveal more about you than you might ever expect. Immersion is an interactive network data visualization created at MIT Media Lab’s Macro Connections group by Deepak Jagdish, Daniel Smilkov and Cesar Hidalgo. All you do is give the site access to your Gmail account. It promises to look only at the email headers: From, To, CC, and timestamp fields within your email history. “We are basically counting each multi-personal email as an expression of a connection between the people involved in that email,” Hidalgo tells me. Interestingly enough, Immersion started as a quest to redesign the email inbox. My last week. “Certainly, we would like to evoke feelings of reflection,” Hidalgo explains. Trying Immersion for myself, the overloaded servers took the better part of a day to pull in 150,337 of my Gmails from the past several years.

How to turn everyone in your newsroom into a graphics editor Today Quartz is open-sourcing the code behind Chartbuilder, the application we use to make most of our charts. Along with the underlying charting library — called Gneisschart — the tool has given everyone in our worldwide newsroom 24-hour access to simple charts at graphics-desk quality. It has helped all of our reporters and editors become more responsible for their own content and less dependent on others with specialized graphics skills. The rise of Chartbuilder The project started as a tool for myself. Dismayed by some of the ugly, poorly cropped, off-brand, and illegible charts showing up on Quartz and frustrated by the amount of my own time it was taking to produce even the simplest charts in our style, I set out to make a tool that would allow me to support the charting needs of the newsroom without consuming all of my time. Here are some charts that were made by our reporters with the tool: Chartbuilder is a completely front-end application: no specialized servers required.

Essential Resources: Tools for collecting and handling data This is part of a series of posts to share with readers a useful collection of some of the most important, effective and practical data visualisation-related resources. This post presents a collection of useful tools, resources and references for gathering, cleaning and preparing your data for analysis and design. Please note, I may not have personally used all the packages or tools presented but have seen sufficient evidence of their value from other sources. Typeform Typeform is a nimble, fast & surprisingly sexy way to ask questions to your users, customers & peers, on any device. Google Docs Google Docs offers two key functions to let you import/scrape data tables from websites: ImportHTML and ImportXML. See also: OUseful Tutorial, Online Journalism Blog Tutorial 1, Online Journalism Blog Tutorial 2, Distilled Tutorial, School of Data Tutorial Import.io Import.io makes gathering data from the web as easy as copy & paste. ScraperWiki Liberate your data with ScraperWiki! Python Outwit Pipes

Nicholas Felton Will Teach You Data Viz In A Free Online Class Nicholas Felton, the information designer behind Facebook’s Timeline and the annual Feltron Report, has just uploaded a free course on Skillshare that will introduce you to the art and techniques of data visualization. Over the course of 16 short videos (none is longer than nine minutes, and most are just a few minutes), Felton teaches you how to render meteor strikes on a map. You’ll learn to deal with the data-shaping app Processing, juggle scalable vector graphics, parse a major data set, link that information to markers, and even pick up a few pointers about typography while you’re at it. Given than few universities even have a curriculum to teach on data viz, Felton's free course is a must-attend for anyone interested in this burgeoning field. Try it here.

Protovis Protovis composes custom views of data with simple marks such as bars and dots. Unlike low-level graphics libraries that quickly become tedious for visualization, Protovis defines marks through dynamic properties that encode data, allowing inheritance, scales and layouts to simplify construction. Protovis is free and open-source, provided under the BSD License. It uses JavaScript and SVG for web-native visualizations; no plugin required (though you will need a modern web browser)! Protovis is no longer under active development.The final release of Protovis was v3.3.1 (4.7 MB). This project was led by Mike Bostock and Jeff Heer of the Stanford Visualization Group, with significant help from Vadim Ogievetsky. Updates June 28, 2011 - Protovis is no longer under active development. September 17, 2010 - Release 3.3 is available on GitHub. May 28, 2010 - ZOMG! October 1, 2009 - Release 3.1 is available, including minor bug fixes. April 9, 2009 - First release on Google Code. Getting Started

IBM Advanced visualization Democratizing visualization Advanced visualization from IBM can help you gain insight from the myriad of data that your company generates. You can understand much more about the underlying numbers in your data when you can see them. For your visualization to be effective, you need technology that simplifies the visualization creation process and guidance from visualization specialists who can show you the best format for presenting your data. IBM Many Eyes, a web community that connects visualization experts, practitioners, academics and enthusiasts, offers this technology and expertise, along with ways to share and learn from others. The appeal of the Many Eyes website is that it democratizes visualization. Upload your public data set. Who is using Many Eyes and how All kinds of people use the community at the Many Eyes website to demonstrate research, make a point, understand trends and patterns or illustrate a theory. Sample Many Eyes Visualizations Visualization expertise

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