ENTRIES TAGGED "data visualization"

Visualization of the Week: Visualizing the Library Catalog

WorldCat has a new visualization tool to show relationships between objects in the catalog

The WorldCat Identity Network creates an interactive map where users can see how authors and characters are related.

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Strata Week: Twitter's coming Storm, data and maps from the London riots

Strata Week: Twitter's coming Storm, data and maps from the London riots

Twitter plans to open source its Hadoop-like data processing tool, Storm.

This week's data news includes Twitter's plans to open-source its Hadoop-like data processing tool and some of the various mapping and real-time data efforts tracking the London riots.

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Open source maps tell data journalism stories in Afghanistan

Open data, a map and the Internet share the story of violence against journalists in Afghanistan

A new website shows incidents of violence against journalists in Afghanistan launched. Data.nai.org.afs charts attacks on the media onto an interactive map of country using open source mapping tools.

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Interactive mapping and open data illustrate excess federal property

Interactive mapping and open data illustrate excess federal property

WhiteHouse.gov puts data to use in its new federal property map.

A new interactive feature posted at WhiteHouse.gov uses open data to visualize excess federal property. The full dataset is also available for download in a structured format.

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Broadband availability and speed visualized in new government map

Broadband availability and speed visualized in new government map

The National Broadband Map has more than 25 million records and incorporates crowdsourced reporting.

The new National Broadband Map is one of the largest implementations of open source and open data in government to date.

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Google Public Data Explorer goes public

Google Public Data Explorer goes public

A new tool from Google makes it easier for anyone to visualize data.

Making data visualizations just got a bit easier as Google has added Public Data Explorer to its suite of free data tools.

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