Posts Tagged ‘ infographic ’

Visual first – Visual.ONS

April 27, 2015
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Visual first – Visual.ONS

Visual representations of statistical data are attractive – and worth to build an own website with nothing but (info)graphs and …Continue reading →

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R: How to Layout and Design an Infographic

February 26, 2015
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R: How to Layout and Design an Infographic

As promised from my recent article, here's my tutorial on how to layout and design an infographic in R. This article will serve as a template for more infographic design that I plan to share on future posts. Hence, we will go through the following sect...

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Philippine Infographic: Recapitulation on Incidents Involving Motorcycle Riding in Tandem Criminals for 2011-2013

February 18, 2015
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Philippine Infographic: Recapitulation on Incidents Involving Motorcycle Riding in Tandem Criminals for 2011-2013

The Philippine government has launched Open Data Philippines (data.gov.ph) last year, January 16, 2014. Accordingly, the data.gov.ph aims to make national government data searchable, accessible, and useful, with the help of the different agencies of go...

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Visualizing Publicly Available US Government Data Online

September 19, 2014
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Visualizing Publicly Available US Government Data Online

Brightpoint Consulting recently released a small collection of interactive visualizations based on open, publicly available data from the US government. Characterized by a rather organic graphic design style and color palette, each visualization makes...

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US Domestic Migration Charted as Ordered Stacked Area Graphs

August 18, 2014
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US Domestic Migration Charted as Ordered Stacked Area Graphs

The interactive infographic Where We Came From, State by State [nytimes.com] by Gregor Aisch, Robert Gebeloff and Kevin Quely reveals how US citizens have moved between different US states since the year 1900. The migration data is based on Census d...

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Exploring Ball Locations and Player Behaviors in Basketball

March 5, 2014
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Exploring Ball Locations and Player Behaviors in Basketball

"Game on!" by Fathom Information Design is an exploratory visualization prototype that allows users to parse through a basketball game's data, to investigate the behaviors and patterns in terms of the statistics and locations of players. Based on a ...

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3D Globe Visualizes the Flows of Food-Aid Funding among Countries

February 18, 2014
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3D Globe Visualizes the Flows of Food-Aid Funding among Countries

WFP: Country Donors and Recipients [wfp.org] by Santiago Ortiz shows all World Food Programme (WFP) funding from 2003 to present as flows among individual countries. Each country on the low-polygon count, interactive 3D globe can be selected, in orde...

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Reporter: Nicholas Felton Releases Self-Logging iPhone App

February 10, 2014
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Reporter: Nicholas Felton Releases Self-Logging iPhone App

Nicholas Felton, the person behind the infographic-style setting Feltron annual reports (see 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005) has released a self-logging app for the iPhone, called Reporter [reporter-app.com]. The app presents the use...

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Here is Today: Comparing One Day to One Eon

April 30, 2013
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Here is Today: Comparing One Day to One Eon

Here is Today [hereistoday.com] by graphic designer Luke Twyman is a simple yet elegant timeline rendition that puts into context the different scales of time. Ranging from one day to one eon, and framing the time periods different kinds of species ...

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Connected China: Explaining the Players and Networks within China

April 26, 2013
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Connected China: Explaining the Players and Networks within China

The beautifully crafted app Connected China [reuters.com], designed by Fathom Information Design, tracks and visualizes the people, institutions and relationships that form China's elite power structure. The application was specifically designed for ...

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