Flickr Group Treats – January 2010

Posted to Visualization  |  Nathan Yau

I started the FlowingData Flickr group a little while ago, but didn’t come back to it until now. Here are just a few of the graphics you all have added. Click on the images below for the full-size versions.

Thanks to all those who shared your works to the group already.

Haven’t joined yet? Head on over to the group now and check out all the other graphics. Lots of good stuff.

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