Readers: Recently I participated in the MOOC, Data Exploration and Storytelling: Finding Stories in Data with Exploratory Analysis and Visualization which was taught by Alberto Cairo and Heather Krause. This course was a MOOC-style course from the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas at The University of Texas – Austin. I have previously attend two […]

Readers: Recently I participated in the MOOC, Data Exploration and Storytelling: Finding Stories in Data with Exploratory Analysis and Visualization which was taught by Alberto Cairo and Heather Krause. This course was a MOOC-style course from the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas at The University of Texas – Austin. I have previously attend two […]

Readers: Recently I participated in the MOOC, Data Exploration and Storytelling: Finding Stories in Data with Exploratory Analysis and Visualization which was taught by Alberto Cairo and Heather Krause. This course was a MOOC-style course from the Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas at The University of Texas – Austin. I have previously attend two […]

Readers: Peter James Thomas sent me a link to his blog about the scientific treatment of data visualization. Mr. Thomas (photo, right) has extensive management experience in the insurance, reinsurance, software development, manufacturing and retail sectors, with particular focus on forming a deep appreciation of business / customer needs; developing pragmatic strategies to address these; having […]

Readers: This is from a blog post by Thomas Greco. Thomas is a web developer / graphic designer living in New York City. When Thomas isn’t striving towards front­end perfection, he enjoys hanging with friends, going to concerts, and exploring through the wilderness! Thomas has provided twelve JavaScript frameworks that are extremely useful for data […]

Readers: This is from a blog post by Thomas Greco. Thomas is a web developer / graphic designer living in New York City. When Thomas isn’t striving towards front­end perfection, he enjoys hanging with friends, going to concerts, and exploring through the wilderness! Thomas has provided twelve JavaScript frameworks that are extremely useful for data visualization. Thomas feels that a more heavy focus is being placed on JavaScript as a data […]

Readers: I read this blog post from Dorie Clark back in March. I keep notes on interesting blogs and articles I come across and wanted to share this one with you regards the importance of data visualization. Dorie Clark is a marketing strategist and professional speaker who teaches at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. […]

Readers: I read this blog post from Dorie Clark back in March. I keep notes on interesting blogs and articles I come across and wanted to share this one with you regards the importance of data visualization. Dorie Clark is a marketing strategist and professional speaker who teaches at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business. […]

Source: Arvind Satyanarayan, Kanit “Ham” Wongsuphasawat, and Jeffrey Heer, The Lyra Visualization Design Environment (VDE), UW Interactive Data Lab Projects, http://idl.cs.washington.edu/projects/lyra/. What is Lyra? Lyra is an interactive environment that enables custom visualization design without writing any code. Graphical “marks” can be bound to data fields using property drop zones; dynamically positioned using connectors; and directly moved, rotated, and […]

Our data visualization community continues to grow and evolve as more and more people are becoming aware of how important it is to their organizations. The community is constantly evolving, and one of the best ways to stay on top of the latest tech, trends, and tools is to attend industry conferences. The best ones […]