New York Talk Exchange - Illustrates the global exchange of information in real time by visualizing volumes of long distance telephone and IP (Internet Protocol) data flowing between New York…
Santiago, who I met at the Visualizar workshop, forwarded me his work on the visualization of del.icio.us tags and bookmarks called 6pli. Normally, I'm not a big fan of network…
Jonathan Harris and Sep Kamvar collaborated again in their featured piece at New York Museum of Modern Art's Design of the Elastic Mind exhibit. Similar in flavor to their previous…
Some thoughts on what I think would make this graphic on the U.S. senate's history of bipartisan politics a bit more useful.
How can we use gaming to improve current data visualization techniques?
Congratulations to two of my most favorite visualization / design groups - IBM Visual Communications Lab and Stamen Design - who officially now have their work featured at the Museum…
The New York Times puts out another good one in this graphic for the talkies.
BreathingEarth is an animated map that represents death rate data from September 2005 and birth rate data from August 2006 compiled by the World Factbook and 2002 carbon dioxide emission…
Jeffrey Heer and George G. Robertson investigate the benefits of using animation in statistical graphics.
Believe it or not, the box-and-whisker is not just a box and some whiskers.
Manhattan Timeformations looks like a series of interactive schematics from a video game, but really it's a computer model that allows you to look at the relationships between the developments…
This spam visualization, by Irad Lee, was one of favorite projects at Visualizar.
For your long, relaxing weekend, enjoy some visualization treats.
Achieve international glory with your scientific visualization submission.
Think lots and lots of happy thoughts.
For relaxing and lazy weekend, have some fun with GPS and a fat list of visualization resources.
Linking of low (and high) SAT scores and favorite books from Facebook.
They all revealed something we otherwise would not have seen. What data has influenced you lately?
When you're given bad information, it's hard not to feel cheated. Here's what happened to me.
A very pink map displaying real-time data shows us that maps can be entertaining.
There's a nice data visualization 101-type post over at We Make Money Not Art.
This graphic is from The New York Times graphics department. It matches the FlowingData colors. That is all. Oh, and it's excellent, but that's a given, right? Note the use…