Category Archives: Data Visualisation

Lab Examples – Recap!

recap_04

When I started this blog in November of last year (2010) my intention was to try and do a couple of interactive data visualisations each month. I did managed to keep that pace up for several months but it has suddenly dawned on me that I haven’t produced any new Labs since March. I have [...]

Also posted in Flash ActionScript, Interactive Data, Lab Examples | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

LinkedIn InMaps

linkedIn network medium

I know the LinkedIn InMaps is not new but the analysis of social networks is becoming increasingly relevant to a project I am working on at the moment, so I wanted to revisit this visualisation app but also re-read some of the articles that where written at the time. One that was quite good was [...]

Also posted in Interactive Data | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

NMA Top 100 Interactive Agencies – Back issues/data required?

Earlier this year I did a couple of Twitter clients that aggregated the tweet histories and time-lines for the interactive agencies featured in New Media Age “Top 100 Interactive Agencies” and “Ones to Watch” and also alowed you to drill down and see some basic data visualisations of their tweet habits/histories and topics etc. 2011:01:007 [...]

Posted in Data Visualisation | Tagged , , , , | 3 Comments

Interactive Colours in Culture – The grid version

lab2011_03_012_4

A dynamic data driven Adobe Flash ActionScript based interactive adaptation of David McCandless’ iconic “Colours in Culture” data visualisation. Now with a Stephen Few inspired “grid” view.

Also posted in Flash ActionScript, Interactive Data, Lab Examples | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Stalk Yourself with iPhone and R

iPhone Tracking

Recently the story broke that iPhone appeared to be tracking your location and storing this information in an unencrypted log file on your computers hard drive. Well it didn’t take long for someone to than come up with an app that allows MAC users to easily create a visualisation of this data.

Also posted in Fun Stuff | Tagged , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

Interactive Colours in Culture – Now with Sort by Colour!

lab2011_03_012_3

A dynamic data driven Adobe Flash ActionScript based interactive adaptation of David McCandless’ iconic “Colours in Culture” data visualisation. Now with sorting functionality.

Also posted in Flash ActionScript, Interactive Data, Lab Examples | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Interactive Colours in Culture

lab2011_03_012_1

A dynamic data driven Adobe Flash ActionScript based interactive adaptation of David McCandless’ iconic “Colours in Culture” data visualisation.

Also posted in Flash ActionScript, Interactive Data, Lab Examples | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Nokia Push Snowboarding Interactive Data Visualisation

nokia_01

A dynamically data driven Adobe Flash ActionScript based interactive showing accelerometer, magnetometer, Inertial Motion Unit, heart rate, GPS (Latitude, Longitude and Altitude), ground speed, air time, GSR (Rush) and foot pressure data of snow boarders runs from Nokia Push, Push Snowboarding and Burton.

Also posted in Actionscript Animation, Interactive Data, Lab Examples | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

NMA 2010 – Tweet History CMS

lab2011_02_009_1

You can view the final interactive Flash version here: http://lab.zoho.co.uk/lab/nma-top-interactive-agencies/index-cms.php Not completely sure why I am posting about this, as it is password protected so you will not be able to play with it anyway, other than to satisfy my compulsive need for structure and completism. One day I will get a life, but not [...]

Also posted in Interactive Data, Lab Examples | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Votes Referendum – How Should I Vote?

Votes Referendum – How Should I Vote - Flow Chart

Non-Interactive Flow Chart to help people make a decision on how to vote in the Alternative Vote referendum on the 5th of October.

Also posted in Fun Stuff | Tagged , , | Leave a comment