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Generalized Pythagoras Trees (2014) Non-layered Tidy Trees (2013) GosperMap (2013) Balloon Treemap (2013) Gyrolayout (2013) Columnar Tree Map (2013) Navigable Strip Chart (2013) Nested Pietree (2013) Cascaded Pietree (2013) Hilbert/Moore Treemap (2013) Labeled Balanced Treemap (2013) OneZoom (2012) Hyperbolic Wheel (2012) DeepTree (2012) Sequential Space-filling Layout (2012) ContactTree (2012) Angular Treemap (2012) Edge Equalized Treemap (2012) SphereTree (2012) Stacked Tree (2012) Spiral Tree Layout (2012) Recursive Semicircles (2012) Career Tree (2011) Linked Treemap (2011) Syntax Tree Layout (2011) BaobabView (2011) StackTree Layout (2011) Logarithmic Spiral Tree (2011) Stacked Polytopes (2011) FoamTree (2011) Stacked Hemispheres (2011) Tablorer (2011) Structural Decomposition Tree (2011) Adjacency-preserving Spatial Treemaps (2011) Descendant-Level-View (2011) Hi-Tree (2011) Minimum-Layer Drawing (2011) Strata Treemap (2011) Visibility-improved Treemap (2011) Rectangular Tree Browser (2011) TimeEdgeTree (2011)

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d3.js: force layout with self-referencing links Derived from the D3.js example force_cluster.html and gist 3104394. Usage Slide the 'debug level' slider to see the various debug levels visually; the hospital curves are (top): force.alpha and (bottom) total x/y change squared: a measurement for the amount of movement of nodes in the graph.

Visualizing Sets and Set-typed Data visualization catalog Software Tools, Demos, Videos, and Conference Slides Companion website for our survey on set visualization, published in Computer Graphics Forum ( pdf). 20 Useful Docs and Guides for Front-End Developers I come across so many interesting info-apps and documents in my daily research, so I thought I’d provide a list of those here. True, not everyone likes the “list post” or roundup, but hey, we can’t please everyone. And we don’t do these types of posts too often anyhow. In this case, this is a great way to bookmark a few things maybe for some evening or weekend reading. I guarantee you’ll find at least a few links in here that you’ll want to come back to. Stephen Boak — Tutorial: Network Flow Visualizations With Directed Edges in D3 Back in May I posted some network visualization experiments we did at Boundary to the Boundary Blog. This is the companion post walking through the code and showing you how we made them. In total we made 4 of these experiments. Since much of the code repeats across experiments I’ll walk through the general setup and then the specifics of each experiment. General Setup All of these experiments use the same base of draggable circles, shown here:

List of Physical Visualizations This list currently has 254 entries. Recent additions: While data sculptures date back from the 1990s, the very first sculptures were Venus figurines: A Venus figurine is any Upper Paleolithic statuette portraying a woman with exaggerated physical features. The oldest ones are about 35,000 years old. Right image: modern versions. Also see V.S. Controller (The Symfony Book) A controller is a PHP function you create that takes information from the HTTP request and constructs and returns an HTTP response (as a Symfony Response object). The response could be an HTML page, an XML document, a serialized JSON array, an image, a redirect, a 404 error or anything else you can dream up. The controller contains whatever arbitrary logic your application needs to render the content of a page. See how simple this is by looking at a Symfony controller in action. This renders a page that prints the famous Hello world!

RICHARD VIJGEN [OBJECT ORIENTED INFORMATION DESIGN & RESEARCH] About the studio Studio Richard Vijgen is a design studio for contemporary information culture. I investigate new strategies to find the big stories in big data through research and design. _User_Manual/Visual_Styles - Cytoscape Wiki What is a Visual Style? One of Cytoscape's strengths in network visualization is the ability to allow users to encode any attribute of their data (name, type, degree, weight, expression data, etc.) as a visual property (such as color, size, transparency, or font type). A set of these encoded or mapped attributes is called a Visual Style and can be created or edited using the Cytoscape VizMapper. With the VizMapper, the visual appearance of your network is easily customized. For example, you can:

Improving datavis for the public sector "Spike" map Interactive United States population density map. Average rating: 7.6 (31 votes) 2D histogram An extension of the concept of histogram to display the colour image content.

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