I’ve created an interactive visualization on the Game of Thrones. (A more technical post on how this was done to follow)
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Inspired by the, well, inspiring set of Lost visualizations released by Santiago Ortiz – Lostalgic, I decided to publish the one visualization on all the data I had gathered on the Song of Ice and Fire series of books. Click to see the vis Here’s the idea behind this one. Many books set in a [...]
Noah Iliinsky and O’Reilly were kind enough to send me one review copy of Noah’s book and who says review copy says review, so here goes. We need more introductory books to data visualization. I’ve had several discussions with data visualization colleagues who feel that there are too many books already. I strongly believe otherwise. [...]
Yesterday’s post on Tableau Public generated a surge of traffic so I thought I should add more examples and practical information for people interested in the software. Here’s a quick one on health, based on OECD Health at a Glance: Just select two indicators, and you see how one influences the other. Or rather, [...]
I’ve put my slides from the panel on slideshare: Changing the world with visualization View more presentations from vozome.
Those last 2 weeks, I finally found time to give Tableau 5.0. Tableau enjoys a stellar reputation among the data visualization community. About a year ago, I saw a live demo of Tableau by CEO and salesman extraordinaire Christian Chabot. Like most of the audience, I was very impressed, not so much by the capacities [...]