Data visualization=porn for nerds. Like me.
Check out Information is Beautiful or Data Visualization in the links.
The charts above are from Popular Science Magazine - here is the explanation:
Jer Thorp, Data Artist in Residence at the New York Times and creative coder extraordinaire, explains the process behind his latest piece for Popular Science in a recent article. The task at hand was to visually represent the complete archive of their publication. The final piece is anchored by a kind of molecular chain – decade clusters in turn contain year clusters. Every atom in these year clusters is a single issue of the magazine, and is shaded with colours extracted from the issue covers via a colour clustering routine. The size of the issue-atoms is determined by the number of words in each issue.
Sounds like two native Americans sitting together, but nope...almost as good.
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