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Create beautiful dynamic data driven maps. The Data Visualisation Catalogue. WikiLeaks Cablegate: Reference Network Visualization. A interactive visualization of the references between diplomatic cables.

WikiLeaks Cablegate: Reference Network Visualization

Index Browse the visualizations! Please use a recent Chrome or Safari. Firefox does display it correctly, but is missing the "jump" functionality. How is it made? The cables.csv contains a field for referencing related cables via MRN. Example: What is the structure of the network? Some of these clusters form a star which can be a indication for a type of "action request" that was sent to multiple embassies. The largest cluster (giant) contains ~100000 cables with ~143000 references. For every community, cluster or star a interactive visualization is generated. What are missing cables? From the total of 251287 cables ~56000 additional cables are referenced but not included in the cables.csv. For some of the missing cables it is possible to estimate the date of creation.

What can i do? Zoom in and out of the graph with the (+ / -) on the upper left. How do i read the graph? Code and Data cable2graph source code (GPLv3). Contact. Raphaël—JavaScript Library. Cartographies. [cartographie] Just Map It! [Produce Google Map] Google Fusion Table. [Produce Google Map] GeoCommons. [Produce Google Map] indiemapper.com. Essential Resources: Mapping applications, frameworks and libraries. 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 resources.

Essential Resources: Mapping applications, frameworks and libraries

This post presents the many different options for visualisation spacial data. 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. Whilst some inclusions may be contentious from a quality/best-practice perspective, they may still provide some good features and provide value to a certain audience out there. Finally, to avoid re-inventing the wheel, descriptive text may have been reproduced from the native websites if they provide the most articulate descriptions. Your feedback is most welcome to help curate this collection, keep it up to date and preserve its claim to be an essential list of resources! ArcGIS ArcGIS is a range of powerful and versatile mapping tools from ESRI. GeoCommons Examples/references: GeoIQ, User Manual Indiemapper. [Carto] GeoLayout - Gephi Marketplace.

Introduction A Gephi plugin to display your geocoded graphs.

[Carto] GeoLayout - Gephi Marketplace

Plugin Owner’s Notes This plugin contains only a layout (“GeoLayout”) to display your graph according to geocoded attributes. To use it: Select the two attributes which contain the geocoded coordinates of your nodes (latitude and longitude) Select the projection you want to use Set the other parameters according to the selected projection Launch the algorithm The available projections are: For any questions or just more information, you can check the related thread on the Gephi forum. And if, for any reason, some of your nodes do not have valid values on the selected attributes (for latitude and longitude), they will be displayed on a line on the bottom of your graph (then, you can delete them or do what you want). Graphviz - Graph Visualization Software.

[Carto] Create beautiful dynamic data driven maps. [Facebook] netvizz. [Carto] LinkedIn Labs : visualiser son réseau LinkedIn. [Cartographie] Linkurious. Infographies. [Infography] Datawrapper. Create infographics & online charts. Data Viz. La boite à outils Expoviz. Many Eyes [IBM] (Various DataViz Tools) Web-based visualisation tools. 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 resources.

(Various DataViz Tools) Web-based visualisation tools

This post presents a collection of the many web-based charting and infographics tools. Some are great, some are less great but they all have a role across this collection of typically free to use, accessible web-based options. People can try them out for themselves and judge to see what works for them. 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. Whilst some inclusions may be contentious from a quality/best-practice perspective, they may still provide some good features and provide value to a certain audience out there.

Datawrapper Datawrapper is an open source tool helping anyone to create simple, correct and embeddable charts in minutes. Examples/references: Gallery Plotly Examples/references: Gallery Google Fusion Tables Slice. [Prêt à visualiser] Raw. Google Charts. Data visualization tutorials with a social justice angle. [Various DataViz] Many Eyes. [Various DataViz] Business Intelligence and Analytics Software. Free Data Visualization Software.