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Tweet Spectrum

Tweet Spectrum

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Twitter StreamGraphs A StreamGraph is shown for the latest 1000 tweets which contain the search word. The default search query is 'data visualization' but a new one can be typed into the text box at the top of the application. You can also enter a Twitter ID preceded by the '@' symbol to see the latest tweets from that user. A parameter to the URL can be used to specify the initial search word. Read Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Note that this program is new research, and will not work on all machines. It has been tested to run on a machine of the following description: 600 Mhz Pentium III or faster, or a recent Mac 1024 x 768 pixel screen or higher resolution, 16 bit color Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP operating systems, or Mac OS X 256 Mb of RAM A fast internet connection No other memory-intensive programs running Microsoft Internet Explorer (5 or later) Netscape (6.2 or later) TextArc will often stop working the second time it is run in the same browser session. This is caused by the browser remembering parts of the program after it should have exited. The simplest way to run it multiple times is to STOP all browser windows, then come back and run it again.

Screensaver - visualizing the global blogosphere Twingly Screensaver Beta Twingly screensaver is visualizing the global blog activity in real time. Forget RSS readers where you see only what you're interested in. With Twingly screensaver you get a 24/7 stream of all (viewer discretion advised) blog activity, straight to your screen. To use the screensaver you need a PC with Windows and a graphics card supporting OpenGL. Introduction to Using Chart Tools - Google Chart Tools Google Charts provides a perfect way to visualize data on your website. From simple line charts to complex hierarchical tree maps, the chart gallery provides a large number of ready-to-use chart types. The most common way to use Google Charts is with simple JavaScript that you embed in your web page. You load some Google Chart libraries, list the data to be charted, select options to customize your chart, and finally create a chart object with an id that you choose. Then, later in the web page, you create a <div> with that id to display the Google Chart. That's all you need to get started.

Web Trend Map 4 by Oliver Reichenstein The has been featured all across the web from TechCrunch to BoingBoing, and Gawker. Now the latest version of our popular Web Trend Map is up for grabs.—The Web Trend Map plots the Internet’s leading names and domains onto the Tokyo Metro map. Domains and personalities are carefully selected through dialogue with map enthusiasts, and every domain is evaluated based on traffic, revenue, and character. Sold out – Sorry, the Web Trend Map 4 is no longer available. Digitize Me, CaptainTimelines: Timeline JS » Digitize Me, Captain Timeline JS is another free, interactive timeline tool available to journalists. Meant to span the web page’s width with a clean, white design, timelines with this tool are particularly striking. Timeline JS — originally Timeline — is a partnership between the Knight lab and Zach Wise, a former multimedia producer at The New York Times.

Mapping the Internet The increased use of peer-to-peer communications could improve the overall capacity of the Internet and make it run much more smoothly. That’s the conclusion of a novel study mapping the structure of the Internet. It’s the first study to look at how the Internet is organized in terms of function, as well as how it’s connected, says Shai Carmi, a physicist who took part in the research at the Bar Ilan University, in Israel. “This gives the most complete picture of the Internet available today,” he says. While efforts have been made previously to plot the topological structure in terms of the connections between Internet nodes–computer networks or Internet Service Providers that act as relay stations for carrying information about the Net–none have taken into account the role that these connections play. “Some nodes may not be as important as other nodes,” says Carmi.

Getting started with Open CV answered Aug 6 '12 sammy2520 ● 10 ● 20 ● 41 Welcome to the OpenCV world! It is one of the most colorful and enjoyable parts of the computer science! There are many places to start from, each with its own strong and weak points. I will list some resources here, letting you choose how to start with them.

mkweb.bcgsc.ca/schemaball/?home Schemaball is a flexible schema visualizer for SQL databases. The purpose of Schemaball is to help visualize the relationships between tables. Tables are related by foreign keys, which are fields which store the value of a record field from another table. Introduction to OpenCV — OpenCV 2.4.5.0 documentation Here you can read tutorials about how to set up your computer to work with the OpenCV library. Additionally you can find a few very basic sample source code that will let introduce you to the world of the OpenCV. Linux Windows Desktop Java Android iOSEmbedded Linux CommonWant to contribute, and see your own work between the OpenCV tutorials?

Walrus - Gallery: Visualization & Navigation Walrus - Gallery: Visualization & Navigation These screenshots and animations are simply intended to give a feel for what visualization and navigation in Walrus are like. The data shown are not necessarily meaningful in themselves. Datahero DataHero connects directly to the services you use everyday, giving you instant access to your data no matter where it is. Instantly access your information in SaaS services, cloud storage drives, and even Excel spreadsheets on your laptop or tablet. DataHero's Data Decoder analyzes the structure of your data to find patterns and surface valuable insights automatically. It then creates instant visualizations of key metrics to help you unmask the answers within.

MMQGIS Home > Linux > Mmqgis Michael Minn ( 28 February 2014 Describes use of MMQGIS, a set of Python vector map layer plugins for Quantum GIS Introduction

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