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philippe rivrain

Photos Panoramiques du monde - 360Cities - 12 views

Michael Wuensch

The Infographics Showcase - Data Visualization - Infographic Design - 20 views

    The Infographics Showcase - Collection of the best infographics & data visualization on the Web
yc c

Chart: Who Participates And What People Are Doing Online - 11 views

    Arno Ghelfi for Businessweek reports on who's doing what online, separated by age. The grid aesthetic totally works for the Internet theme, which can feel robotic and bit-wise at times.
    From top to bottom are the more active users to the more passive. Age groups run left to right. So as we sweep top left to bottom right, we see the younger generation who is more likely to write blogs and upload videos to YouTube, to an older crowd who are more likely to be content consumers.
Donna Baumbach

VisualBlooms - home - 10 views

    web 2.0 tools and Bloom's Taxonomy
    good to use with teachers

    new version added 11/2009
Donna Baumbach

SlateBox :: Visualize Everything - 7 views

    "It's simple: Markup ideas on embeddable "slates" and collaborate in real-time. Sign up absolutely FREE and build yours today.
Donna Baumbach

Google's New Assessment Tool | Teaching Matters - 3 views

    Fusion Tables takes a standard data table either imported from excel, or shared from Google Apps and allows you to visualize the data without any technical complexity.
Zohar Manor-Abel

More Truth About Twitter | Information Is Beautiful - 3 views

    Great stats on twitter - imagining that it was made up of 100 people.

    - 20 people would be dead
    - 5 people would be creating 75% of all tweets
    - 55 would be women and 45 would be men
    - only 5 people would have more than 100 followers (although that kind of breaks the metaphor a bit)
Thieme Hennis

Spezify - 0 views

    nice visualization of your online id.
Frederik Van Zande

jQuery Visualize Plugin: Accessible Charts & Graphs from Table Elements using HTML 5 Ca... - 0 views

    Accessible data visualization in HTML has always been tricky to achieve, particularly because elements such as images allow only the most basic features for providing textual information to non-visual users. A while back, we wrote an article describing a technique we came up with to use JavaScript to scrape data from an HTML table and generate charts using the HTML 5 Canvas element. The technique is particularly useful because the data for the visualization already exists in the page in structured tabular format, making it accessible to people who browse the web with a screen reader or other assistive technology.
avivajazz  jazzaviva

ScienceRoll | Medicine and Web 2.0 - 3 views

    All kinds of resources, from Twitter applications for physicians to visualizations of various categories of medical research on PubMed. Fantastic blog; do NOT miss it!
avivajazz  jazzaviva

Twitter Maps for Social Network Analysis | InFlow - 1 views

    When choosing a map - especially a social network map - which do you prefer - pretty or useful? In an ideal world I would take pretty useful, but forced to choose between the two I'll take useful. Here are two social graphs taken from my Twitter following data. -Valdis Krebs, InFlow, Social Network Analysis Expert
yc c

walk2web - Walk. Explore. Have Fun ;) - 0 views

    Very interesting tool! Enter an URL and view related links as treemap, a preview, add tags, vote and comment.
Dr. Sorin Adam Matei

Welcome to the Virtual Knowledge Studio (VKS) - 0 views

    The Virtual Knowledge Studio for the Humanities and Social Sciences (KNAW) supports researchers in the humanities and social sciences in the Netherlands in the creation of new scholarly practices and in their reflection on e-research in relation to their fields.

    A core feature of the Virtual Knowledge Studio is the integration of design and analysis in a close cooperation between social scientists, humanities researchers, information technology experts and information scientists. This integrated approach provides insight in the way e-research can contribute to new research questions and methods.
Dr. Sorin Adam Matei

Improvise - 0 views

    Exploratory visualization based on multiple coordinated views is a rapidly growing area of information visualization. Ideally, users would be able to explore their data by switching freely between building and browsing in a flexible, integrated, interactive graphical environment that requires little or no programming skill to use. However, the possibilities for displaying data across multiple views depends on the flexibility of coordination, the expressiveness of graphical encoding, and the ability of users to comprehend the structure of their visualizations as they work. As a result, exploration has been limited in practice to a small fraction of useful visualizations.
    Improvise is a fully-implemented Java software architecture and user interface that enables users to build and browse highly-coordinated visualizations interactively. By coupling a shared-object coordination model with a declarative visual query language, users gain precise control over how navigation and selection affects the appearance of data across multiple views, using a potentially infinite number of variations on well-known coordination patterns such as synchronized scrolling, overview+detail, brushing, drill-down, and semantic zoom.
    Improvise has been used to build numerous visualizations for exploring information including election results, particle trajectories, network loads, music collections, the chemical elements, and even the dynamic coordination structure of its own visualizations in situ. This last technique-integrated metavisualization-is unique to Improvise.
Mike Chelen

PieSpy - Inferring and Visualizing Social Network on IRC - 0 views

    nferring and Visualizing Social Networks on IRC


    PieSpy is an IRC bot that monitors a set of IRC channels. It uses a simple set of heuristics to infer relationships between pairs of users. These inferrences allow PieSpy to build a mathematical model of a social network for any channel. These social networks can be drawn and used to create animations of evolving social networks.

    PieSpy has also been used to visualize Shakespearean social networks. This page got slashdotted on 11 March 2004, with the site getting 250,000 hits per hour. Thanks to Notnet for making sure it all stayed alive!

    PieSpy was presented at the Information Visualization conference (IV'04) in July 2004. Read the full paper online. It has also appeared in Computer Weekly, c't magazine, and I was interviewed live on BBC Radio Kent.
Jeff Johnson

Timetoast Timelines | Create timelines, share them on the web - 1 views

    Timetoast is a quick and easy way to create timelines that you can put on your blog or website. You can create historical timelines of past events, or just create a timeline of your vacation. It's all up to you.
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