What would a clock look like if each hand traveled in a plane perpendicular to the others'? beta.observablehq.com/@anbnyc/

My colleague and I geocoded a soccer ball pattern and projected it onto a globe: beta.observablehq.com/@anbnyc/

A new way of looking at electoral college results I cooked up in observable. Code & analysis here: beta.observablehq.com/@anbnyc/

I think Solari boards, like those found in old train stations, are one of the coolest kinds of data visualizations. So I'm making a digital one.

I've been thinking a lot about transitions in D3/dataviz recently and decided to put my thoughts down in a visual essay (using Observable): beta.observablehq.com/@anbnyc/. I'm interested to hear what you think because I'm planning to give this as a talk at an upcoming meetup. Thanks!

I needed to make an SVG star for something at work and it led me down a rabbit hole, as these things do, that led me to make this: beta.observablehq.com/@anbnyc/

My company built a 3D wooden map for an exhibit called Data Through Design, held as part of NYC's Open Data Week. The height of each Manhattan neighborhood's block represents the total number of street trees in that neighborhood. The legend on the base tells more about the species and precise location of the trees.

This is on display in DUMBO, Brooklyn this week: datathroughdesign.com/twon.html.

Any fans out there? Last year my team made scorecards for the entire MLB postseason. Example below and interactive version at projects.two-n.com/baseball (desktop only).
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Hello there, glad to be here. I'm Alec, the Lead Developer at Two-N, a data visualization studio in NYC. We build custom web-based visualizations in a wide range of industries and content areas -- finance, marketing, sports, non-profit. I work a lot in D3 and React, and first started learning D3 using @scott 's tutorials.

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