Posts Tagged “visualization”
A friend just sent me this beautiful visualization of where people are taking pictures in London. You can clearly see the high traffic areas around the tourist hotspots. It’s a great use of the type of data people are generating by going about their everyday lives. It also shows how this data could become really [...]
On Sunday I wrote a small post about how UK company Prozone captures all English Premier League soccer matches on video and then uses that footage to create a database of every shot, pass, tackle and assist made by every player (according to a comment on that post Opta Sports are powering the Guardian Chalkboard [...]
Yesterday Landon Donovan tore up the right flank of the pitch at the Emirates Stadium and helped his new club Everton secure a draw against my beloved Arsenal. This morning one of the soccer blogs I follow showed this great visualization of Donovan’s impact on the game.
by Guardian Chalkboards
The graph shows Donovan’s completed passes [...]
CNN were the 1st network to use the Perceptive Pixel touchscreens to visualize data for the elections last year. I just saw they have a new article on data visualization on their site. They call it “the new way of looking at the world”. The article discusses the new tools that are making it easier to see [...]
I just came across this beautiful visualization of vessel movements on sea on visualcomplexity.com today. Not only is it a spectacular visualization that uses millions of datapoints, it is also very close to my heart as it shows shipping movement around the port of Antwerp, my hometown.
The graph below shows shipping movements around the nearby [...]