Category Archives: Data Visualization

Using R — Working with Geospatial Data

This entry is part 9 of 21 in the series Using R

GIS, an acronym that brings joy to some and strikes fear in the heart of those not interested in buying expensive software. Luckily fight or flight can be saved for another day because you don’t need to be a GIS jock with a wad of …   read more …

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Data Visualization Meme in the New York Times

Data visualization is not a new topic any more. Edward Tufte launched the field onto the public stage in 1983 with the self-published book The Visual Display of Quantitative Information. This was followed with Envisioning Information in 1990 and several others. The …   read more …

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WordPress as a ‘wrapper’ for User Interfaces

This entry is part 3 of 3 in the series Using WordPress

Building good web based user interfaces is hard work. It involves good programming, good design skills and an understanding of the target audience. Building good interfaces for scientific data analysis is even harder. Difficult concepts must be presented to users …   read more …

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Datavisualization.ch

When a web site dedicated to the latest in data visualization trends and software is also accompanied by excellent web design we know we have a winner.

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