Month: August 2013

From Trees to Webs: Uprooting Knowledge through Visualization (the scottbot irregular)

NOTE: More evening trolling of blogs related to data visualization. I came across a blog by Scott Weingart called the scottbot irregular. In particular, I liked his research on Trees and Webs. So today, I am showcasing portions of his blog on this topic. Enjoy! Michael Scott Weingart is a self-proclaimed juggler, an academic, and a nice guy.…

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Electoral college reform: What the U.S. map would look like if each state had the same population

Neil Freeman posted an interesting question on his blog, Fake is the New Real:  What would the United States look like if each state were equal in population? Freeman, an artist and urban planner, has redrawn the map of the United States to show what it would look like if the same number of people…

The New United States

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Steve Wexler, Data Revelations, Tableau, and How Best to Visualize Likert Scale Data

Steve Wexler Steve Wexler publishes the blog Data Revelations ( http://www.datarevelations.com ). He is a Certified Tableau Trainer who has developed thousands of interactive data visualizations.  As Director of Research and Emerging Technologies for The eLearning Guild, Steve designed, developed, and managed the world’s largest e-Learning data collection and analysis laboratory.  As Director of Research Systems for…

Steve Wexler

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