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Peter Cook
Freelance data visualisation designer/developer. D3 + JavaScript. author & organiser.
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Market Cafe Mag - Dataviz zine Feb 15
We’re chuffed to announce our first talk of the 2018! On the 27th of February will be in the lovely Brighton sharing some highlights of the new third issue of our zine! Will bring some copies of the new issue too! 🚀 Thanks for having us! 🙏
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datavisbrighton Feb 15
We're very excited to have visit to tell us more about their magazine Tues 27th Feb
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codebar Brighton Feb 12
The amazing Sarah Drasner and Val Head are coming to Brighton to impart their web animation wisdom! Being the diversity conscious women that they are, there's scholarships available on the website for under represented groups. Hooray!
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Peter Cook Feb 9
Replying to @hmncllctv
thank you!
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Peter Cook Feb 9
Replying to @GarethFromAbove
feel free to email me - twitter's not ideal for this kind of help!
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Andy Kirk Jan 22
NEW POST: 10 significant visualisation developments, July to December 2017
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Peter Cook Feb 6
Replying to @GarethFromAbove
you mean to handle missing values? Not too difficult with line.defined
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Peter Cook Feb 2
Replying to @Visokio
exhibit 3 would be change in price per gram? :)
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Async Feb 1
Final reminder! Tonight we have an “Ask the Brains” session at Async - come along with any questions, frustrations, or opinions you have about web development - or just bring your ears! 7.15pm Please RT
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Peter Cook Feb 1
Replying to @f_l_o_u_r_i_s_h
congratulations - and good luck with this enterprise!
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Flourish Feb 1
🍾🍾🍾 Flourish is live! Anyone can now sign up and make beautiful interactive visuals like these! Sign up now for free … 🍾🍾🍾
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Peter Cook Feb 1
Replying to @EGCosh
hi Emma, add tooltip state (e.g. visible: true/false) and 1) toggle this on click then 2) update tooltip's visibility accordingly. Depends a bit on your app architecture.
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Peter Cook Feb 1
Good to see sparklines used for important issues of the day ;)
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Cassie Evans Jan 18
I'm doing a talk! The link's up so it's definitely happening. Come along if you like CSS and clever hacks! 👩‍💻
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Peter Cook Jan 17
there's a few in London (search Data Visualisation on Meetup). And, of course, !
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Peter Cook Jan 3
thank you Sebastian!
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Async Jan 1
Hi asyncers! This Thursday we’ll have Harry Hogg talking about Firebase . 7.15pm - please RT!
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Peter Cook Dec 19
Replying to @EGCosh
this article might help:
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Peter Cook Dec 19
Replying to @EGCosh
hey Emma! They all do a good job, the differences start showing for large datasets & features such as zooming, tooltips, ease of styling etc. Highcharts usually has these covered... however it's only free for non-commercial.
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Peter Cook Dec 14
in Lewes do mail order, definitely worth a look!
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