ENTRIES TAGGED "visualization of the week"
Data artist Jer Thorp visualized the Popular Science archive.
This week's visualization shows how data artist Jer Thorp depicted more than a century's worth of content from Popular Science.
"The Evolution of Western Dance Music" plots the spread of dance genres.
A visualization traces 100 years of Western dance music, showing how genres are seamlessly imported and exported across continents.
One UN population dataset yields two different visualizations.
Two visualizations, one from the United Nations and the other from The Guardian, illustrate world population growth at the global and country level.
Infographics printed on $1 bills circulate Occupy Wall Street's message.
Occupy George, an extension of the Occupy Wall Street protests, looks to print infographics on $1 bills so the message floats with the currency.
Sentiment analysis sheds new light on an old book.
OpenBible.info found a novel way to examine one of the world's most analyzed texts: Create a visualization showing the rise and fall of sentiment across the Bible.
Jason Davies has created an animated visualization of the Collatz graph in reverse.
This week's visualization is an animated graph of the Collatz conjecture, which posits that no matter what number you start with, you'll eventually get to 1.
The GeoCities archive comes back in a new form.
A new visualization brushes the dust off the GeoCities archive and maps out all those old homepages ("under construction" GIFs not included).
A visualization reveals the seating habits of graduate students.
An interactive visualization from Skyrill shows the classroom migration pattern of grad students.
A visualization shows running data from three major cities.
A year's worth of Nike+ running data from the streets of New York, London and Tokyo was collected and visualized.
The Geography of Jobs charts U.S. jobs gained and lost from 2004 to the present.
Geography of Jobs, an interactive visualization from TIP Strategies, illustrates the dramatic ebb and flow of U.S. jobs over the last seven years.