Any treemap / other visualization software that can use a named image file to represent each node? [more inside]
Do you have recommendations for good data visualization software for the Hans Rosling fan? [more inside]
Can Googlemaps be used to display hub and spoke operations? [more inside]
Is anyone aware of an image that's been generated depicting the whole circle of the earth in section view, showing the topography of the relevant land masses and sea floors? [more inside]
Need to find a new GKS package for an old visualization program. [more inside]
I'd like to create a data visualization like the Guardian one linked here. I've looked everywhere and can't find out what this kind of chart is called, or what kind of software exists to help me make it. Any ideas?
if you pitch creative web proposals, what high-level information and tasks are most important to you?
What is the most important information for someone who pitches web proposals to clients to have at a glance? what sort of actions would a dashboard displaying this info need to support? [more inside]
What's the best way to scour the internet for radio station playlists and then have certain songs appear on a google map? [more inside]
How can I overlay global literacy and economic (poverty) data onto a map? [more inside]
Please help me learn about visualizing data on web pages in an interactive way. [more inside]
Visual map to handle the links between ~60 pieces of data - not quite a sitemap, not quite a diagram... is there a better term for what I'm trying to find? [more inside]
I think I can sometimes see the wakes behind cars. Am I deluding myself, or can one occasionally see the turbulence behind a vehicle? [more inside]
What's the awesomest online coverage of an election you've ever seen? [more inside]
The whole BP oil spill (with few legal ramifications so far, although apparently there is a cap on the damages which BP would be required to pay) and the recurrent stories of copyright violations (with many outrageous fines to poor saps who got caught downloading movies and music) got me thinking: is anyone aware of a nice infographic of different fines issued / punitive damages awarded for different crimes? I am basically curious how it would look like for different countries, and if it could be used as a rough "how much we value what" scale. [more inside]
Are there any screensavers that display lots of data- like the Matrix floating code screens- but actually mean something in the real world? I'd prefer OS X, but any suggestions are great.
Help me print the unprintable. [more inside]
Best database front-end for creating, editing, and exporting obscure Entity-Relationship-Diagram-like analyses? [more inside]
Hope me understand what's going on on p.144 (footnote 5) of Tufte's Beautiful Evidence. Page 6 in this online excerpt. [more inside]
I'd like to visualize data flow in a system, but can't really find a standard way to do so. [more inside]
Distributed Computing... Shiny distributed computing. Help me pick a project to contribute spare CPU/GPU cycles that has a beautiful visual element. [more inside]
I do not have the ability to visualize. Is there anything that is possible to do to correct that? [more inside]
Carl Sagan famously demonstrated an excellent visualization of gravity. Can someone point me to a similar, elegant visualization of magnetic force?
Do you ever use visualization techniques such as imaginary trepanation? [more inside]
I need cool data visualizations to project. Any recommendations? [more inside]
Authors have agents. Musical talent has A&R reps. Startups have VC. What is the category of representative, or who is the aggregator, for my business? We do live interactive performance visualization. [more inside]
Help me find data visualization software like Tableau, where the visualizations can be viewed and interacted with by end users. But the rub is that I need it to work in the Macintosh environment. [more inside]
I'd like any software or website that helps visualize rhythms. [more inside]
Do movies shape the way we imagine things or vice versa? I notice that when I dream/daydream/concept that I often think very cinematically (meaning imagining things staged/put together/"filmed" even in a motion picture narrative style). What I wonder is if one type of visual conception is a result of the other. [more inside]
How to make a vertical timeline? [more inside]
How to make clever visualizations from Excel or CSV data? Any free, flexible information-graphic scripting software out there? [more inside]
Asking for a friend, what is this visualization on the White House website? You can see the part of interest between 01:34 and 01:39. [more inside]
What organizations provide collaborative decision-making via visualized data, like Arizona State University's Decision Theater? [more inside]
I'd like to figure out how to do good looking data visualization for reports beyond Excel charts, but without any coding/programming skills except xhtml/css. [more inside]
Examples of good web/election widgets to show to librarians this upcoming week? I'll be speaking at a conference this week talking about, among other things, Web 2.0 stuff. I'm looking for some good topical examples to briefly highlight. [more inside]
I am writing a grant for a project that will include some relatively simple web development. Please help me with some rough estimates for labor and equipment costs. [more inside]
I am curious about how detailed, or photographic/realistic the imagery in one's mind's eye is, and what in general would be considered "standard" for most people. Note I am not talking about "creative visualization" but I suppose it could be related. Specifically I am referring to simply the process of visualizing an object, face or scene in your mind's eye. [more inside]
Any ideas on starting or running a website just for data and charts? [more inside]
professional looking data driven visualizations - resources/experience using different programs? [more inside]
How do I make the projection screen in my NOC look like the control room at NORAD? [more inside]
Statsfilter: I have a bunch of noisy measurements. Each has an (x,y) coordinate and a "score" for that location. Most of the scores are trustworthy, but with the occasonal outlier. I want to come up with a function f(x,y) that estimates what the score at (x, y) would be (whether or not I have an observation at exactly that location). I'd like the function to be smooth and resilient to noise. Can someone point me in the right direction? [more inside]
I heard the Google Visualization API Query Language allows you to query Google Spreadsheet documents using a language similar to SQL. Is there a PHP library I can get to use a Google Spreadsheet as a simple database table?
Is there a special name for a this type of chart, in this case it is one showing the nuclear fuel recycling capability of a CANDU reactor? Or do I just call it a flowchart, that happens to have a very visually appealing way of showing a complex cycle?
What about London should I map? [more inside]
What was this cool visualization ability I had for a while? [more inside]
I need help putting some data in a pleasing graphical form. In short, it is a history of a particular industry, with all of the companies, their founders and where they came from. I would like to build some sort of corporate family tree like this famous one. Does anyone know any good tools for this?
What is a cool-looking realtime pluggable visualization program for Linux? [more inside]
In data graphing and visualization, are there any existing standards for false-color or pseudo-color images?
I'm looking for interesting visualizations of the internet: traffic patterns, affinity networks, what-have-you for a presentation on "Online Communications." Bonus points for movies, animation, and general coolness. [more inside]
I've charged with adding a feature to a shift scheduler / coverage requestor that displays shift information for a given week. I've been able to display them so as to satisfy the constraints I've been given, but it's got me wondering wondering if there's a more rigorous/mathematical approach to the general problem of organizing the display of any such calendar information. [more inside]