Tag Archives: Infographics

Number of WikiLeaks cables actually leaked to the public (so far).


I find it interesting that there seems to be little coverage of the actual number of WikiLeaks Cablegate cables/documents that have actually been released to the general public. When watching the evening news, listening to the radio or reading about this in the news the journalists seem to imply that the entire 250 thousand documents [...]

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Link: Information Aesthetics

“Information Aesthetics is designed and maintained by Andrew Vande Moere, a Senior Lecturer at the University of Sydney, Australia and at K.U.Leuven university, Belgium. His research interests include data visualization and visual design, from traditional screen-based interfaces, over “media architecture”, to more explorative, artistic and wearable applications. His teaching comprises interaction design, physical/wearable computing and 3D real-time multimedia.”


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WikiLeaks Cable Gate: the Visualizations and the Infographics


Information Aesthetics has a nice post listing the various interactives and data visualisation that have been produced to represent the WikiLeaks Cable Gate data. “There is the data, and there is the understanding. Somewhere in the middle, the communication. Also visual. See a list of current visualizations of the WikiLeaks Cable Gate data below.” Check [...]

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