@mullervilmos Super, welcome! I hope you find this space useful.
@basilesimon Hello! So glad you are here. :)
@Njudd Welcome! Let us know how we can help with your PhD. :)
@thil Welcome! Would love to see examples of your scientific vis work. :)
@vastur Welcome! Love your blocks. :)
@dermanuskript Welcome! I think you are in the right place! Lots of D3 folks here.
@dleemorrow Welcome! I hope you find the inspiration you're looking for here. Lots of people here doing amazing projects.
@johncallery Welcome! Glad you are here. Lots of other data vis folks here. :)
@tojyouso Welcome! So glad you are here to talk data vis. :)
@havegum Hi, and welcome! Happy to have you joining the conversation here.
@nbr Hello and welcome!
@ivgin Hello and welcome! We ♥️ design here. :)
@cldellow Hi, and welcome! Thanks for the note. I ♥️ DataWrapper. :)
@dtrik Hello and welcome!
@VeggieTempura welcome! Also, you sound delicious!
@helderdarocha Hello and welcome!
So you can take the Portland Aerial Tram up to the OSHU complex near Stonehenge radio tower, which I knew, but what I *didn't* know is you can veer right as soon as you get off the tram and walk along an AMAZING patio area that overlooks the whole frickin' Willamette Valley/Portland area—cafe tables and all.
MAC N CHEESE
get your own https://transbian.threadless.com/designs/mac-cheese/
Working with D3 to make research on blockchains, their economics, their algorithms more accessible.
Interactions with visualisations provide interfaces to the complex systems supporting blockchains. Here is one example! https://hackingresear.ch/cbc-inspector/
More generally, I am interested in using data and interfaces to communicate research in an empowering way. This is both social and visual :)
Looking forward to more great content here!