ENTRIES TAGGED "visualization of the week"
Diego Valle-Jones' interactive map illustrates the toll of Mexico's drug war.
This week's visualization comes from Diego Valle-Jones, who has created a powerful interactive map of the drug-related homicides in Mexico since 2004.
The New York Times looks at the word counts of presidential candidates.
This week's visualization comes from The New York Times and is an example of the increasing usage of visualizations to make political arguments.
A huge visualization captures tweets from the SOPA protest.
This week's visualization comes from Fred Benenson, who ranked and mapped tweets related to the SOPA protest.
A mobile mapping app lets users capture and visualize their movements.
The DIY mapping tool AntiMap lets users capture their movements via their mobile devices, then visualize and analyze their movements.
A BBC visualization maps every traffic casualty in the UK between 1999-2010.
More than a decade's worth of traffic accident data is plotted out in a BBC visualization. Locations with a history of accidents are hard to miss.
An artist blends sound and design to visualize the prelude to Bach's Cello Suites.
It's rare when a visualization sounds as good as it looks, but that's the case with Alexander Chen's sonic and visual rendering of Bach's Cello Suites.
Christopher Warnow's viz app reveals the network of recommendations surrounding a book.
A new tool takes a link from a book on Amazon and creates the network surrounding it. It shows up to 100 recommendations associated with the title.
Randall Munroe's new visualization puts money (almost all of it) in perspective.
In an audacious new visualization, Randall Munroe of xkcd takes on money — where it comes from, where it goes and what it buys.
Jon Bruner updates his "American Migration" viz with more data and new code.
Jon Bruner's new and improved "American Migration" visualization lets you click on a specific U.S. county and see where folks move from and where they move to.