Xebece Xebece is a multipurpose tool for information visualization and organization. It can be used to set up intriguing presentations. Likewise, document management is straightforward and effective if you use Xebece. Application fields of Xebece include presentations, courses and training, document management, mind mapping and brainstorming, and knowledge management. This program was formerly known as Calientra or Ontographics.
How to Make Bubble Charts A bubble chart can also just be straight up proportionally sized bubbles, but here we're going to cover how to create the variety that is like a scatterplot with a third, bubbly dimension. The advantage of this chart type is that it lets you compare three variables at once. One is on the x-axis, one is on the y-axis, and the third is represented by area size of bubbles. Have a look at the final chart to see what we're making. Step 0. Download R Social Network Data in R Nathan J. Doogan – doogan [dot] 1 [at] osu [dot] edu A colleague asked for some help preparing data for social network analysis. Specifically, he is using ERGM.
Quick Start Guide ← Tutorials This step-by-step guide will quickly get you started on Leaflet basics, including setting up a Leaflet map, working with markers, polylines and popups, and dealing with events. Hello world!I am a popup. View example on a separate page →
So, what exactly is an argument map? This is a quick introduction into argument maps: How to create them, how to read them and what you can expect to get out of it. An Argunet argument map visualises the structure of complex argumentations and debates as a graphical network. In this network all nodes are either sentences or arguments and all relations between them are either attack or support relations. The reconstruction and visualisation with argument maps can be useful in many ways: Pack Layout · mbostock/d3 Wiki Wiki ▸ API Reference ▸ Layouts ▸ Hierarchy ▸ Pack Layout Enclosure diagrams use containment (nesting) to represent the hierarchy. The size of each leaf node’s circle reveals a quantitative dimension of each data point. The enclosing circles show the approximate cumulative size of each subtree, but note that because of wasted space there is some distortion between levels; only the leaf nodes can be compared accurately.
Create the Future Design Contest *It is an invention of most extreme simplicity. *It consists only in a new design of the hull, which the shape is cylindrical and where the water is sucked in the prow, passing through internal side ducts and being expelled in the stern. *The hydrodynamic submarine is “pulled” by the low pressure of the water that is sucked in its front, besides being pushed for the high pressure of its propulsion. Argunet Argunet Editor is a free argument map editor for analyzing and visualizing complex debates. You can use it offline and save your debates on your hard-disk. Or you can use it as a client-server application. This allows you to share your debates and collaborate with others on the Argunet server.
Introducing the streamgraph htmlwidget R Package We were looking for a different type of visualization for a project at work this past week and my thoughts immediately gravitated towards streamgraphs. The TLDR on streamgraphs is they they are generalized versions of stacked area graphs with free baselines across the x axis. They are somewhat controversial but have a “draw you in” aesthetic appeal (which is what we needed for our visualization). You can make streamgraphs/stacked area charts pretty easily in D3, and since we needed to try many different sets of data in the streamgraph style, it made sense to make this an R htmlwidget.
ezVIS Documentation ezVIS is a web dashboard to visualize a synthesis on a structured corpus, using several charts (pies, histograms, ...), powered by castor, and based on SB Admin v2.0. ezVIS stands for easy visualization of information in web report. Installation Getting Started Free mind mapping (and related types) software I see regular inquiries on Twitter and in forums from people looking for free software to support visual thinking. To provide answers, InformationTamers have put together 14 pages to help you find the one for your needs. These show the platform, a screen thumbnail and a link for more information in each case.
Learning Visually Infographics work in the classroom because they grab students and allow an entry point to learning — and because they sum up pages and pages, even chapters, of information that would take a reader hours to process. Interactive infographics make kids want to immediately start clicking around to see what’s what. For a teacher who prioritizes an inquiry-driven classroom, that’s a great starting point.