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Microsoft Live Labs Pivot: Interact With Massive Amounts of Data

What if you could see all the individual bits of information scattered across the Web in one view and then interact with it in a…

Nebul.us Shows You Your Activity on the Web

Nebul.us is an online application, currently in private beta, that aggregates and visualizes your online activity. Enter your information for Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, etc and…

Make Thematic Maps With Cartographer.js

Like it or not, Google Maps mashups continue to be a Web favorite. It's just so easy to use. Stick a few lines of javascript…

Data Interface Iterations: Designing webtrendmap.com’s Stacks

This is a guest post by Craig Mod, who collaborated with Information Architects, to develop Web Trend Map. The site, which is largely inspired by…

Collect Data About Yourself with Twitter – your.flowingdata is Live

your.flowingdata (YFD), a Twitter application that lets you collect data about yourself, is now LIVE! I feel like I've been working on this project forever,…

Review: RoamBi, Seeing Your Data on the iPhone

This is a guest review by Peter Robinet of Bubble Foundry, a web design company that specializes in building websites for Web startups. What It…

Review: Beginning Python Visualization

Python is a powerful programming language that's good for a lot of things. I mainly use it for data scraping, parsing, munging, etc, and more…

Google Fusion Tables Helps You Visualize and Manage Your Data

As the newest release from Google Labs, Fusion Tables is a tool that aims to make your data more accessible. Today we're introducing Google Fusion…

Javascript InfoVis Toolkit – New Version Released

As we've seen, javascript is growing into a viable solution for visualization on the Web. John Resig ported Processing to javascript about a year ago…

Open Source Data Visualization Framework – Axiis

Axiis, an open source data visualization framework in Flex, was released a few days ago under an MIT license. I haven't done much in Flex,…

Indieprojector Makes it Easy to Map Your Geographical Data

Axis Maps recently released indieprojector, a new component to indiemapper, their in-development mapping project to "bring traditional cartography into the 21st century." Indieprojector lets you…

Google Adds Search to Public Data

Google announced today that they have made a small subset of public datasets searchable. Search for unemployment rate and you'll see a thumbnail at the…

A Couple New Looks for Google News

The ever popular newsmap (above), a tree map view of Google News, got a facelift a few days weeks ago. Markos Wekamp, the creator, has…

Social Weather Mapping From Google Chrome Experiment

In the promotion of its speedy javascript, Google announces the Chrome Experiment. As part of the Experiment, design group Use All Five give us Small…

News at a Glance with New York Times Article Skimmer

The New York Times homepage has a lot of news to report. While well-organized and well-designed, the Times recognizes that there's still room for improvement…

Open Thread: Is Google Latitude Dangerous?

Google recently released Google Latitude, which is an online application that lets you share your location with online friends: Of course when any application shares…

Open Call to Designers: Visualizing Mozilla Community

The Mozilla group is starting to dig into visualization to participation within the active Mozilla community, and they're looking for some input: If you’re a…

Tools You Need to Track Energy Consumption – WattzOn

"Climate change is a global problem. But it's individuals who will create the solution." This is the WattzOn premise. WattzOn is a free online tool…

Using Visualization to Optimize Adwords: Time Series Visuals vs the Pivot Table

This is a guest post from Elad Israeli and Roni Floman of SiSense, which specializes in easy-to-use business intelligence. Pundits joke that Google Adwords is…

Discover Your Future for 2009 – CookieSays Fortunes

First off, happy new year! I'm back from my short hiatus from blogging and school. I trust everyone had a good holiday week. I saw…

Magically Reformat Data to Get it How You Need it

One of the more painful parts of analysis or visualization is that you have to get the data in a proper format. Real data almost…

Processing 1.0 Released

Processing 1.0 was released yesterday and it "only took 162 attempts." I strongly encourage you to check it out - especially if you've never heard…