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Randy Olson Jul 11
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Simon Kuestenmacher Jul 11
Gorgeous visualizes 200 years of immigration into the as tree rings. Source:
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Randy Olson Jul 17
No need to run code any more - now there's an interactive online map to visualize road orientation distributions anywhere in the world.
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Yan Holtz Jul 9
🍾 I'm glad to announce a new project: --> A classification of chart types based on data input format. Includes a lot of code, a poster for , a gallery of caveats, and plenty of tips and tricks!
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Aaron Colby Williams Jul 10
Yo, here's my nü workflow: 1. Visidata for data exploration & export 2. & d3.js to build graphic pieces 3. Export d3.js graphic as SVG from notebook 4. Finish graphic in Adobe Illustrator 5. Run ai2html to publish on the web Interested? Keep reading 👇🏿
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Randy Olson Jul 16
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Mɪʟᴏꜱ Pᴏᴘᴏᴠɪᴄ Jul 10
My map shows youth population not in employment, education or training (NEET)
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Kevin Flerlage Jul 16
on Penn and Teller's Fool Us???!!!! It's no but I saw this on Penn and Teller's show last night. Watch the entire clip as there are numerous hilarious dataviz moments.
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Mara Averick Jul 16
👇 Not to be missed amid the other coolness! 😬 "CAVEATS: A collection of graphic pitfalls" by
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Michael Fisher Jul 17
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Randy Olson Jul 16
If you'd like to make your own "city street orientation" , you can run the notebook in your browser on Binder - no local installation required. I just made this. Binder link: Run this line first: !conda install -c conda-forge osmnx --yes
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Urban Demographics Jul 6
The accumulated history of US immigration visualized as rings in a growing tree trunk. A beautiful way to show rich cultural diversity and remind us a bit of population history. Terrific created by and using data.
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Simon Kuestenmacher Jul 10
The semi finals of the are about to start. Here is how much money each participating team earns for reaching the semis. by .
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Simon Kuestenmacher Jul 10
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Emil Hvitfeldt Jul 18
Have finally be updated to reflect the release of the paletteer 📦 plus fancy new graphics ✨
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Alex Todd Jul 18
Made a video today showing how rainfall responds to +4 K SST warming in HadGEM2. Dominate cause: dynamics, due to land-ocean contrast. Find out more, and how rainfall changes, at my National Climate Dynamics Workshop talk Mon 23/07 at 11:30
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Robin Hawkes Jul 18
Lots of progress tonight on the elevation 'seismograph' visualisation concept. Code to process them is mostly complete now (and performant too!), also smoothed out the SVG generation.
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