Support the SXSW 2012 Visualization Panel
Panel Description: The raising amount of data exhaust of the past years has created the need for more and better tools to analyze what lies within this massive amount of raw material. Visualization leveraging the human cognition proves to be an invaluable tool to explore, digest, analyze and communicate the information. We reveal patterns, trends, relations or dependencies that were buried before....
Anonymous asked: I remember there used to be a submit link on your site. Do you still take infographic submissions from readers?
Talk-o-Meter shows, how much everybody is talking. →
This Guy Has My MacBook →
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I just discovered thoughtcatalog.com and I don’t think I’ll ever get anything done ever again. Ever.
Research & infographics collaboration opportunity
Up until now I’ve done all my own research, but I want to take on new clients and I find I spend more of my time researching than designing. I’m looking for someone to help me out on the research end. If you’re into research, numbers, and nothing makes you happier than sifting through data, you should get in touch with EJ Fox and work with him on some ongoing...
Why the Basis of the Universe Isn’t Matter or... →
youmightfindyourself: The Information: A History, a Theory, a Flood Information flows everywhere, through wires and genes, through brain cells and quarks. But while it may appear ubiquitous to us now, until recently we had no awareness of what information was or how it worked. In his new book, The Information, science writer James Gleick documents the rising role of information in our lives...
The Why Axis →
Worth checking out not just because it’s stellar, but also because it’s the brainchild of Bryan Connor and a ridiculously awesome name. The Why Axis fills a gap in the data visualization community for solid critical analysis. By providing opinions on contemporary visualizations we can begin a dialogue about visual trends, best practices, and sound methods. Through a regularly...
List of lists of lists →
readmorewikipedia: excerpt: Lists of amphibians by region Lists of anarchism topics Lists of ancient doctors List of ancient king lists Lists of animals Lists of Argentine films Lists of armoured fighting vehicles
That's Not Online →
Library collections, archives and other information that only exist in real life.
David McCandless: The beauty of data visualization... →
David McCandless shows how design can make sense out of the overwhelming amount of information in today’s world. He turns complex data sets (like worldwide military spending, media buzz, Facebook status updates) into beautiful, simple diagrams that tease out unseen patterns and connections. Good design, he suggests, is the best way to navigate information glut — and it may just change the way we...
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