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"The new home for charts and data, powered by Quartz."
charts  data  news  classideas 
april 2019 by robertogreco
Software Are Thou: Knit One, Compute One with Kris Howard - YouTube
"Knitting and computing may seem completely unconnected, but they're very similar. Every beginning knitter learns that there are only two stitches - knit and purl. So knitting is inherently binary, and that opens up a world of possibilities for a coder.

Knitted fabric can be used to encode data in a number of ways, from QR code mittens to a fluffy red virus scarf. Patterns themselves become algorithms, and new syntax proposals allow for automated testing, compilers, and even visualisers. Crafters and programmers are working together in the burgeoning Maker scene to hack hardware, create innovative e-textiles, and push the computational limits of sticks and string.

In this Software Art Thou talk, developer and knitting enthusiast Kris Howard shows how knitting can make you a better coder."
knitting  coding  krishoward  2017  glvo  punchcards  jacquardloom  charts  schematics  notation  patterns 
november 2017 by robertogreco
Pie charts did nothing to deserve how you’re treating them
"So if you want to complain about something, complain about the rampant misuse of charts instead. No chart type is good at everything, and charting tools can’t read our minds yet. Pick the chart type that tells your story best, and ameliorates the pitfalls that you want to avoid.

Pie charts are OK. They existed before most of us, and they’ll probably outlive all of us. When we finally read the climate-driven death sentence of our planet in a 100-page report, it will probably have pie charts. So enjoy your artisanal donut charts and your home-baked square pie charts while you can, hipsters. Just kidding. Till then though, you can find me putting gold stars on every good little pie chart I encounter.

Lay off it, friends!"
piecharts  math  mathematics  data  datavisualization  visualization  classideas  2017  malakmanalp  charts  graphs 
april 2017 by robertogreco
25 Language Arts Graphic Organizers for You and Your Kids
"Language arts graphic organizers just seem to work magic with kids.

I guess it's really no surprise--they just seem to GET IT better when they have a means of visually organizing their thoughts.

When they can analyze what they have read, when they can plan a writing project, or when they can collaborate with others in pictorial form, the "lights" in their heads just seem to burn more brightly.

The 25 language arts graphic organizers that you will see on this page, in my opinion, will enhance your instructional initiatives with your kids.

These PDF documents come with a clickable Table of Contents that makes it easier to quickly find what you need.

Just pick the one you want, print it, make copies for your kids, and hand them out! "
languagearts  vi:bopuc  organization  classideas  sfsh  writing  visual  charts  maps  mapping  mindmapping 
june 2016 by robertogreco
40 years of a changing American diet, in one massive chart - Vox
"You don't eat the way your parents did. You can probably see that by just glancing at a cookbook from the 1960s or '70s. (So much Jell-O. So much canned food.) But you can quantify those differences more precisely using data from the USDA. Below, in one giant chart, we have compiled how Americans' eating patterns have changed over a generation.

The data shows the change in per capita availability since 1972 of a wide variety of foods that the USDA tracks. (The farthest back that many foods go is 1970, though some go farther; we made it around 40 years, though for select groups indicated on the chart, the data doesn't quite cover that whole period.) This available data doesn't show exact consumption levels — rather, it shows the total supply divided by the number of Americans. However, it does give a good sense of how Americans' eating patterns are changing over time.

What it shows is that we've really cut back on a lot of canned, frozen, and dried produce in favor of fresh produce. And while that may sound great for our health, the one food whose availability has grown the most is also terrible for us: high-fructose corn syrup."
food  diet  us  eating  charts  2015  usda 
may 2015 by robertogreco
If you need me, I’ll just be over here staring at... — Casey's Notes and Links
"If you need me, I’ll just be over here staring at the pictures in Limits to Growth (1972), by Donella H. Meadows, Dennis L. Meadows, Jorgen Randers. and William W. Behrens III. Ok?"
2015  1972  caseygollan  donellameadows  growth  limitstogrowth  charts  graphs  slow  space  time  environment  nature  ddt  population  ecosystems  industry  industrialcapital  modeling  worldmodels  economics  policy  resources  timelines  jorgenrandes  williambehrens  dennismeadows 
february 2015 by robertogreco
Admiralty charts (maps) | The National Archives
One of the characteristics of an Admiralty chart is that it is continually updated and corrected.
Dates of survey and compilation are minutely recorded, as are those of the corrections continually made to maintain the accuracy and utility of the chart.
mapping  maps  updates  admiralitycharts  charts  corrections  change  accuracy  evolution  versioning  versions  via:litherland 
june 2013 by robertogreco
The WVS Cultural Map of the World
"This map reflects the fact that a large number of basic values are closely correlated; they can be depicted in just two major dimensions of cross-cultural variation. ** Update ** Added supplementary data file.

Each country is positioned according to its people's values and not its geographical location. To a large extent the two coincide, but the map measures cultural proximity, not geographical proximity. Thus, Australia, Canada, the U.S. and Great Britain are cultural neighbors, reflecting their relatively similar values, despite their geographical dispersion."

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world  democracy  psychology  values  charts  mapping  maps  culture  from delicious
june 2012 by robertogreco
Jelly Helm Studio — STORY: Limited edition letterpress + full color print
"Joseph Campbell’s famous chart of the archetypal story, typographically illustrated with color-coded examples of ten classic heroes, from Buddha to Jesus to Luke Skywalker to Dorothy Gale of Kansas.<br />
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Letterpress printing by Kyle Van Horn in Baltimore, color printing by Stevens Printing in Portland, on 88# Strathmore Bristol Wove Writing Cover Ultimate White, 14” x 18” <br />
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Numbered edition of 150 prints, $65 + shipping."
josephcampbell  stories  storytelling  classideas  charts  jellyhelm  prints  flowchart  myth  tcsnmy  from delicious
august 2011 by robertogreco
Charting the American Debt Crisis - Interactive -
"America has a long history of raising the debt limit to accommodate spending. Below, a look at some of the issues in the debate over the nation’s debt."
nytimes  charts  2011  debtcrisis  debtceiling  history  from delicious
july 2011 by robertogreco
I Love Charts – Every newspaper in New York spells Qaddafi’s name...
"Every newspaper in New York spells Qaddafi’s name differently, so I figured I’d look it up on Wikipedia. They really cleared it up for me."
spelling  journalism  charts  gaddafi  wikipedia  visualization  combinations  from delicious
march 2011 by robertogreco
How big is the problem? | The wrong cure | False Economy
"No country can run huge deficits every year for ever.

The bigger the national debt that builds up, the more expensive it is to meet interest payments. At some point it becomes more difficult and more expensive for governments to borrow extra money because people become reluctant to lend to them.

But we are nowhere near that point in the UK. Let's look more closely at the national debt. "
uk  debt  nationaldebt  2011  infographics  charts  economics  statistics  policy  from delicious
march 2011 by robertogreco
Interactive | State of Working America
"Use the sliders on the timeline to select a timespan, and see how growth in average income was shared between the richest 10% and the other 90% of Americans. All figures are in 2008 dollars."
wealth  us  economics  trickledownmyass  disparity  therichgetricher  it'sbroken  money  policy  charts  graphs  classideas  labor  work  productivity  incomegap  income  timeline  from delicious
february 2011 by robertogreco
Global house prices: Clicks and mortar | The Economist
"The Economist has been publishing data on global house prices since 2002. The interactive tool above enables you to compare nominal and real house prices across 20 markets over time. And to get a sense of whether buying a property is becoming more or less affordable, you can also look at the changing relationships between house prices and rents, and between house prices and incomes."
housing  economics  data  us  uk  japan  international  prices  2010  property  via:cityofsound  housingbubble  graphs  statistics  charts  from delicious
october 2010 by robertogreco
Cacoo - Create diagrams online Real time collaboration
"Cacoo is a user friendly online drawing tool that allows you to create a variety of diagrams such as site maps, wire frames, UML and network charts. Cacoo can be used free of charge."
cacoo  collaboration  charts  flowcharts  free  webservice  mindmap  mockup  drawing  communication  diagrams  graphics  onlinetoolkit  wireframes  webdesign  tools  design  webapp  webdev 
july 2010 by robertogreco
Spatial History Project
"The Spatial History Lab at Stanford University is a place for a collaborative community of scholars to engage in creative visual analysis to further research in the field of history." What is Spatial History:
history  charts  graphs  time  chronology  revolution  change  geography  maps  mapping  visualization  data  patterns  via:thelibrarianedge 
april 2010 by robertogreco
Kurt Vonnegut at the Blackboard - Lapham’s Quarterly
"Now let me give you a marketing tip. The people who can afford to buy books and magazines and go to the movies don’t like to hear about people who are poor or sick, so start your story up here [indicates top of the G-I axis]. You will see this story over and over again. People love it, and it is ..."
vonnegut  storytelling  charts  graphs  humor  infographics  narrative  literature  writing  philosophy  tcsnmy  kurtvonnegut 
march 2010 by robertogreco
Mesofacts: slowly changing facts - Blog
"When people think of knowledge, they generally think of two sorts of facts: facts that don't change, like the height of Mount Everest or the capital of the United States, or facts that change a lot, like the weather or the stock market close. But in between there is a third timescale, with its separate category of facts: facts that change slowly, or mesofacts. This middle, or meso-, scale, of facts are the most interesting and yet the most slippery with which to be acquainted. These change over the course of a single lifetime but we tend to nonetheless view them as constant."
blogs  mesofacts  data  history  information  time  trends  statistics  graphs  visualization  charts 
march 2010 by robertogreco
Political Rhetoric, In Graph Form - The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan
"One can think of these two charts as data displays that reveal different aspects of data, but also as graphical political rhetoric. The different aspects of data are the sharp reduction in the rate of job loss shown so well in the OfA chart and the terrible cumulative loss to employment in the country that has not yet started to rebound that is shown in my chart. Both of those are "true facts" about the jobs data. They use exactly the same data, so differences are entirely matters of perspective and perception rather than "apples to oranges" comparisons. But while both are true stories, their substantive interpretations are quite different-- one is a story of an administration's success is stemming the tide of recession, the other is the high water mark of that tide, which has yet to begin receding."
truth  statistics  politics  recession  2010  mathematics  math  rhetoric  visualization  charts  socialstudies  economics  policy 
february 2010 by robertogreco
Charting the minutes of night in Helsinki - Core77
"Helsinki is one of those places that experiences extremes of light and dark, with nearly endless nights in the wintertime and almost none in the summer. Anotonio Scarponi of Conceptual Devices in Zurich, Switzerland has devised a calendar that maps out this extreme seasonal change throughout the year on a bar graph.

The months march across the horizontal axis while the hours, listed vertically from noon to midnight, index the minutes of night experienced by each particular calendar day, which is then infilled in black. It results in a solid curve of changing light, jogged twice for the time change."
infographics  visualization  time  light  helsinki  finland  charts  graphs  daylight 
january 2010 by robertogreco
Climate Change Deniers vs The Consensus | Information Is Beautiful
"I’m fascinated by climate deniers. How could anyone deny the climate change is happening?

What evidence is there? Surely it’s unambiguous?

Curious, I investigated the key statements made by climate denialists and sought out the counter-views, as presented by climate research scientists. The result is this image."
emissions  statistics  evidence  politics  science  climatechange  globalwarming  visualization  information  infographic  infographics  change  environment  data  charts 
december 2009 by robertogreco
Tuttle SVC: A Good Enough Schematic of US School Reform
"This is pretty much the universe as I see it. The upper left needs a better name or representative organization. I considered "no excuses" but I don't think that's quite it.

One thing about this graph is that each quadrant tends to be ambivalent toward the ones they share a border with and save their attacks for the ones diagonally across from them. Also the top tends to ignore or try to avoid fights with the bottom."
charts  spectrum  schools  reform  progressive  tradition  tomhoffman  commerce  culture  democracy  standards  policy  publicschools  21stcenturyskills  ces  coreknowledge 
december 2009 by robertogreco
Tangled histories – Blog – BERG
"I don’t know why I write this. I’m interested in tangles and multi-actor histories, and how you tell stories in them. Books are for the linearisable. Hypertext is for hyperhistories. I’m curious about how simple patterns in behaviours or social relationships somehow persist, complexify and grow over decades and hundreds of thousands of people, and somehow don’t die away.

That’s one of the reasons I’m interested in cybernetics — surely it’s important, the weird individual relationships, the probes into the nature of being human, the mix of countercultural and military-industrial, the attitudes and ideas, all fermenting in the bottleneck population that contributed so much to modern culture? Surely those patterns persisted and weren’t diluted, and will throw light on the here and now? Beginnings matter."
berg  cybernetics  history  storytelling  stories  consilience  stevenjohnson  brianeno  mattjones  timelines  graphy  charts  1989  prague  brunolatour  longzoom  multi-actorhistories  hypertext  books  behavior  relationships  social  interactive 
november 2009 by robertogreco
Statistical analysis, data and graphing | Timetric: making data useful
"You can use Timetric to show people your data and analysis as well; so the graphs you draw on Timetric can be embedded into your blogs and websites, and if the data they're based on is updated, they'll be updated too. You can set up alerts too, and get Timetric to email you when something interesting happens to a value you're watching.
timetric  graphing  graphs  data  information  visualization  api  statistics  sparklines  charts 
october 2009 by robertogreco
"Kurt Vonnegut’s master’s thesis in anthropology was rejected by the University of Chicago. “It was rejected because it was so simple and looked like too much fun,” Vonnegut writes. “One must not be too playful.” This excerpt from PALM SUNDAY, is the gist of his argument:"
vonnegut  writing  narrative  story  charts  fiction  books  graphs  storytelling  kurtvonnegut 
october 2009 by robertogreco World Cup Qualifying Graphic
"England are going to the Next World Cup. That's good news for us Englishmen. It is good to have qualified early - good to avoid the stress of playoffs (always used to be against Poland it seemed). The victory stirred my general WC2010 interest. Who were we going to play? Who would we need to beat? But also who is having the kind of trouble we used to have? Which 'fancied teams' are giving their fans a rough run-in? The sports-media had these kind of details in text and the odd table on view - but I felt something was missing. It turns out there are quite a few big teams that are having difficulty but no way of working out the scale of this upset - or if the 'mighty' were indeed falling. So I thought of an idea for a graphic (the basic idea of which could fit any media). The Story Idea is "are big teams having difficulty qualifying for the word cup?" To do this, the graphic would need to show two main variables in it's search for a correlation - Strength Of Team and Qualifying Status."
football  sports  worldcup  2010  soccer  charts  infographics  via:rodcorp  futbol 
september 2009 by robertogreco
Mashup DJ Girl Talk Deconstructs Samples From Feed the Animals
"In the modern laptop era, any monkey with Pro Tools can make a mashup. But Pittsburgh-based computer maestro Girl Talk (known to the IRS as Gregg Gillis) has turned the cut-and-paste process into a jams-packed jigsaw puzzle. His latest album, Feed the Animals (released digitally in June with hard copies out September 23), brims with 300 song snippets in just over 50 minutes (compared to around 250 in his previous effort). "People want to see the bar raised," Gillis says. Below, a beat-by-beat breakdown of a single track."
music  infographics  visualization  mashups  samples  diagram  charts 
june 2009 by robertogreco
Lovely Charts | Free online diagramming application
"With Lovely Charts's extremely simple and intuitive drag'n drop drawing mechanism, you'll be able to focus on what really matters. You won't have to draw boxes and arrows, you won't have to worry about what symbol to use."
charts  onlinetoolkit  visualization  flowchart  webapp  diagrams  flowcharts  software 
february 2009 by robertogreco
"Daytum is a home for collecting and communicating your daily data. Begin tracking anything you can count and display the results immediately... or just look around and see what other members are recording."
datavisualization  lifestream  visualization  infographics  statistics  personalinformatics  life  charts  tracking  self  onlinetoolkit 
january 2009 by robertogreco
Wolfram Blog : Stock Market Returns by Presidential Party
"The New York Times recently published an “Op-Chart” by Tommy McCall on its Opinion page showing what your returns would have been had you started with $10,000 in 1929 and invested it in the stock market, but only during the administrations of either Democratic or Republican presidents. His calculations showed that if you had invested only during Republican administrations you would now have $11,733 while if you had invested only during Democratic administrations you would now have $300,671. Twenty-five times as much! That’s a pretty dramatic difference, but does it stand up to a closer look? Is it even mathematically plausible that you could have essentially no return on your investment at all over nearly 80 years, just by choosing to invest only during Republican administrations? To answer these questions, I of course turned to Mathematica."
politics  economics  democrats  republicans  history  investing  finance  charts  datamining  us  data  infographics  misleadingwithstatistics 
october 2008 by robertogreco
5 Ways To Visualize The U.S. Elections - ReadWriteWeb
"1. Visualize Political Contributions By Industry 2. Visualizing Earmarks 3. Visualizing Election Polls 4. Electoral College Prediction Tracker 5. The 2008 Presidential Election In The Blogosphere"
2008  elections  transparency  infographics  politics  charts  visualization  us 
october 2008 by robertogreco
Everymoment Now : Obama Vs. McCain : Context and Scope to the 2008 US General Election
"People, places and events in the context of media are like stocks — they peak and bottom out over time. They have a media history. There are two insights to be culled from this:
2008  elections  barackobama  johnmccain  zhnmy  tabnmy  datavisualization  infographics  visualization  politics  charts  news  data 
september 2008 by robertogreco
Visualizing Economics
"Visualizing Economics is run by Catherine Mulbrandon. Here you will find information about the US and World economy presented through graphs, charts and maps."
visualization  economics  graphs  finance  statistics  charts 
august 2008 by robertogreco
"Widgenie empowers everyone, from bloggers to business people, to quickly visualize data and share it in many different ways. Now you can publish data in the places you already know and love, places like iGoogle, Facebook, WordPress, and even your own website. We combine all the power of an enterprise-level business intelligence platform and provide it in a convenient Web 2.0 widget."
charts  data  visualization  onlinetoolkit  widgenie  spreadsheets  generator  statistics 
august 2008 by robertogreco
information design patterns cookbook - data visualization & visual design - information aesthetics
"a sophisticated online collection of about 48 design patterns that describe distinct methods for the display of interactive information graphics, their active behavior as well as the forms of user interaction with them."
infographics  informationdesign  patterns  research  webdesign  reference  information  infodesign  graphs  charts  webdev 
may 2008 by robertogreco
Is Knowledge Representation Becoming More Visual? | Knowledge Matters
"I think knowledge representation is becoming more visual, but I don’t see visualisations replacing the written word, music notation, or numbers. Rather I see visualisations as an adjunct to these artefacts."
knowledge  communication  visualization  visual  writing  graphs  charts  infographics  information  representation 
april 2008 by robertogreco
mail-trends - Google Code
"lets you analyze and visualize your email (as extracted from an IMAP server). You can see: * Distribution of messages by year, month, day, day of week and time of day * Distribution of messages by size and your top 40 largest messages * The top senders,
gmail  google  api  charts  visualization  email  statistics  graphics  imap 
march 2008 by robertogreco
The Ebb and Flow of Movies: Box Office Receipts 1986 - 2007 - The New York Times
"Summer blockbusters and holiday hits make up the bulk of box office revenue each year, while contenders for the top Oscar awards tend to attract smaller audiences that build over time. Here's a look at how movies have fared at the box office, after adjus
film  infographics  history  money  economics  business  charts  datavisualization  infodesign  mapping  timelines  statistics  graphics 
february 2008 by robertogreco
Visualizing: tracing an aesthetics of data - we make money not art
"Last November, i spent a few days in Madrid to get a sneak peak at the Visualizar workshop at Medialab Prado. The projects that came out of the workshop are quite interesting and i'm currently interviewing some of the project leaders to get more insight
visualization  information  data  maps  mapping  charts  datavisualization  design  graphics  infographics  visual 
january 2008 by robertogreco
circaVie | Create and Share Timelines
"circaVie, or "times of your life," is a place to celebrate your life in an exciting new way ... chronologically through an interactive timeline. Tell your life story or the story of your latest road trip, a day to remember, or a trip around the world. An
archive  archiving  blogging  blogs  charts  collections  digitalstorytelling  storytelling  timelines  socialnetworking  photography  web2.0  visualization  socialnetworks  socialsoftware  mindmap  onlinetoolkit  history  time  graphics 
january 2008 by robertogreco
Mindomo - Web-based mind mapping software
"Mindomo is a versatile Web-based mind mapping tool, delivering the capabilities of desktop mind mapping software in a Web browser - with no complex software to install or maintain."
charts  collaboration  collaborative  diagrams  drawing  mindmap  mindmapping  notes  organization  onlinetoolkit  visualization  visual 
december 2007 by robertogreco
Developer's Guide - Google Chart API - Google Code
"The Google Chart API lets you dynamically generate charts. To see the Chart API in action, open up a browser window and copy the following URL into it:|World"
sparklines  graphs  datavisualization  visualization  charts  api  generator  google  images 
december 2007 by robertogreco
Chart Chooser
"Use the filters to find the right chart type for your needs. Then download as Excel or PowerPoint templates and insert your data."
charts  data  diagrams  infographics  graphs  generator  excel  downloads  free  productivity  presentations  powerpoint  visualization  statistics  tables  howto  math  online  utilities  templates 
november 2007 by robertogreco
Baseball Pitches Illustrated | Lokesh Dhakar
"This is not a complete guide. I’ve picked 12 of the more common pitches: Fastballs: Four-seam, Two-seam, Cutter, Splitter, and Forkball; Breaking Balls: Curveball, Slider, Slurve, and Screwball; Changeups: Changeup, Palmball, Circle Changeup"
sports  baseball  charts  infographics  visualization  diagrams  graphs  howto  illustration 
november 2007 by robertogreco
Stick Charts
"Like the carved wooden map from Greenland stick charts reflect a different perception of the world. They are made with sticks with shells to represent islands. The straight sticks are a framework. Curved sticks indicate ocean swells curving from contact
navigation  wayfinding  marshallislands  charts  maps  mapping  gvlo  stickcharts 
november 2007 by robertogreco
Micronesian Stick Charts
"constructed by palm ribs bound by coconut fibre with shells used to represent the islands. These stick charts are not charts in the western sense but are instructional and mnemonic devices concerned with swell patterns. They are not an essential navigati
navigation  wayfinding  marshallislands  charts  maps  mapping  glvo  stickcharts 
november 2007 by robertogreco
Marshall Islands stick chart - Wikipedia
"Marshall Islands stick charts were made and used by the Marshallese to navigate the Pacific Ocean by canoe off the coast of the Marshall Islands."
navigation  wayfinding  charts  maps  mapping  glvo  marshallislands  stickcharts 
november 2007 by robertogreco
dy/dan » Blog Archive » The Red Dot
"Information Design and I'm pretty sure it is the mathematical skill most lacking in our high school graduates."..."The following is one of the most scary-awesome information designs I've seen in a month...It concerns poker"
infodesign  information  infographics  learning  math  education  schools  curriculum  literacy  statistics  edwardtufte  cheating  data  graphics  charts  danmeyer 
october 2007 by robertogreco
Cool Tool: TitleZ * RankForest
"While you can just check the Amazon page to see what a product's ranking is, what you really want is something that constantly tracks an item and compiles the data into graphs, charts, and spreadsheets."
books  trends  tracking  zeitgeist  amazon  sales  products  consumption  graphs  charts  ideas 
october 2007 by robertogreco
LastGraph: Home
"This is LastGraph, a web-based system for making pretty wavegraphs of your musical profile. The charts have time along the horizontal axis, and number of plays on the vertical; think of it as sort of a stacked line graph, but centered, smoothed,
lastfm  music  visualization  datavisualization  data  charts  aggregator  statistics  graphics  generator  information  infodesign  listening  mashup  graphs 
september 2007 by robertogreco
Data Visualization: Modern Approaches
"Let’s take a look at the most interesting modern approaches to data visualization as well as related articles, resources and tools."
infographics  infodesign  information  graphic  graphics  webdesign  visualization  visual  usability  timelines  networks  images  data  graphs  presentations  mindmap  media  diagrams  charts  interactive  webdev 
august 2007 by robertogreco
MindMeister - think together
"MindMeister supports all the standard features of a classic mind mapping tool - only online, and with as many simultaneous users as you like!"
onlinetoolkit  mindmapping  brainstorming  charts  collaboration  collaborative  communication  diagrams  drawing  freeware  knowledge  mapping  maps  mindmap  tools  software  socialsoftware  visualization  whiteboards  interactive  composition 
june 2007 by robertogreco
Flags By Colours
"Each sector of these piecharts is proportional to the area of the colour on the respective flag Click on an image to reveal the flag"
charts  color  data  design  flags  geography  graphs  statistics  identity  nations  international  information  infographics  visualization  world 
may 2007 by robertogreco
Index Mundi - Country Facts
"This site contains detailed country information compiled from multiple sources."
demographics  data  geography  global  maps  statistics  world  reference  research  international  countries  economics  economy  charts  business  database  facts 
february 2007 by robertogreco
Cabinet Magazine Online - A Timeline of Timelines
"This is an expanded version of a timeline that appeared in Cabinet's "Histories of the Future" issue. Daniel Rosenberg's introduction to the timeline can be found here."
time  charts  infographics  information  mapping  maps  diagrams  graphics  history  society  storytelling  images  design  data  visualization  graphs  travel  timelines  infodesign  cartography 
december 2006 by robertogreco
Creating Passionate Users: Add graphics to your blog, book, or presentation
"This post is my first attempt to categorize the kinds of graphics I do here, and offer tips for creating visuals that tell the story better and faster than words."
charts  graphics  howto  illustration  images  infographics  visualization  presentations  tutorials  tips  drawing  diagrams  communication  kathysierra 
november 2006 by robertogreco

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