A dynamically data driven Adobe Flash ActionScript based interactive showing a timeline of Batmobiles.
Posted in Actionscript Animation, Data Visualisation, Interactive Data, Lab Examples Also tagged Actionscript, adobe, animation, Batman, Batmobile, Data, Data Visualisation, flash, Infographics, Interaction, Interactive, Interactive Data, timeline, UX/UI Design
A few people have contacted me asking for a access to the raw data for my End of Year Top Albums 2010 interactive here. I was planning to build functionality into the interactive so that people can download results from the search table view as I thought it would be good to be able to [...]
I have added Last.FM‘s Top 40 Albums of 2010 chart to the End of Year Top Albums interactive. The revised aggregated End of Year Top Albums of 2010 chart is now: Artist Album Score* 1: Arcade Fire The Suburbs 3529 2: LCD Soundsystem This Is Happening 2913 3: The National High Violet 2878 4: Beach [...]
Posted in Data Visualisation, Interactive Data, Lab Examples, Rich Internet Applications Also tagged Actionscript, Adobe Flash, album, chart, Data Visualisation, Infographics, Interaction, Interactive, Last.fm, music, Top Album Chart, UX/UI Design
End of Year Top Albums 2010 provides a visual summary of the most successful music albums in 2010, based on the aggregation of a large variety of music rankings and charts, ranging from Amazon.com‘s list, over the Daily Telegraph to Rolling Stone and The Times).
Posted in Data Visualisation, Interactive Data, Lab Examples Also tagged A.V. Club, Actionscript, adobe, Adobe Flash, album charts, Amazon, American Songwriter, Billboard, Bowlegs, Clash, Consequence of Sound, Daily Telegraph, Data Visualisation, Drowned in Sound, end of year, Faster Louder, flash, Gorilla vs. Bear, Interaction, Interactive, Interactive Data, Last.fm, Mojo, musicOMH, NME, No Ripcord, Paste, Pitchfork, PopMatters, Prefix, Q Magazine, Rave Magazine, Rhapsody SoundBoard, Rolling Stone, Rough Trade, Slant Magazine, Spin, Spinner, State, Statistics, Stereogum, The Fly, The Guardian, The Line Of Best Fit, The Quietus, The Skinny, The Tidal Wave of Indifference, The Times, Tiny Mix Tapes, top albums, Uncut, UX/UI Design
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A dynamically data driven Adobe Flash ActionScript based interactive bubble chart showing the music genre breakdown for the NME’s Top Album charts from 1974 to 2010.
Posted in Data Visualisation, Interactive Data, Lab Examples Also tagged Actionscript, Adobe Flash, Data Visualisation, flash, Infographics, Interaction, Interactive, Interactive Data, NME, Statistics, Top Album Chart, UX/UI Design
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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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 [...]