Start your own 🐘 instance, set new people to auto-follow you, generate vis showing how you are the essential center of the entire network muhahahaha
Half a year later. vis.social grew to 1 569 users. Here are the 1 684 users who follow @scott.
Visualized 647 with 2 or more incoming degrees (follows from this instance). Excluded accounts from other instances. Size by In-Degree (splined).
It's still a tightly knit community.
I am a maths student at the university of York currently working on a web application for visualising structures that exist in in the integers!
I'm not the most experienced programmer so it's tough going but this seems like a good place to share it
it's loosely related to this interactive thing I made a couple years ago on my website: http://joelstrouts.com/blog/factorfinder/factorfinder.html
Boost this if you have no idea what you're doing.
Welcome, new people! Where is everyone coming from?
Our group at Microsoft Research recently released #Charticulator: a new interactive tool for bespoke visualization design, and we'd love to hear your feedback.
You can use it in your browser at https://charticulator.com, where you'll also find a gallery along with video tutorials.
Charticulator is open source at github.com/microsoft/charticulator
We also wrote a paper about Charticulator for IEEEVIS, which received an Honorable Mention for Best Paper: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/research/uploads/prod/2018/08/Charticulator-InfoVis2018.pdf
Finally realized this thing I've been day-dreaming of for months. Its nowhere close to done but I'm so stoked
Animated all flights departing from Amsterdam Schiphol airport on the busiest day of the year (30 July), using D3.js and Adobe Premiere.
View the video near the top of this article:
Clever and maybe useful barchart text function: https://gist.github.com/ltrgoddard/0f8d01bfc937fbcddef7204674b7f23d
sparkbar(c(1:5, 1:5, 6:10, 9:1))
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