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When Does Crime Happen?

When Does Crime Happen? When Does Crime Happen?

Joe Golike and Sha Hwang of Trulia take a deeper look at when crime typically happens throughout the day in 25 big cities across the United States. Read more

TenderNoise

TenderNoise TenderNoise

Did you know that noise complaints are the no. 1 quality-of-life issue for city residents? The folks over at Movity.com tackle this issue with the TenderNoise project. Read more

Review of the Visualizing Europe Conference

Review of the Visualizing Europe Conference Review of the Visualizing Europe Conference

Power and potential of data visualization with an european perspective was the core topic of Visualizing Europe, a one-day conference organized by Visualizing.org, Information Aesthetics and the OpenKnowledge Foundation. With a speaker list that didn't leave no wishes open, an intimate and focused audience and stellar organization the event was a overall success. Read more

Peoplemovin Visualizes Migration Flows

Peoplemovin Visualizes Migration Flows Peoplemovin Visualizes Migration Flows

Peoplemovin, an experimental project in data visualization by Carlo Zapponi, that shows the flows of 215,738,321 migrants as of 2010 through the use of open data. Read more

Visualizing Voices of the Vulnerable

Visualizing Voices of the Vulnerable Visualizing Voices of the Vulnerable

UN Global Pulse, an initiative by the United Nations and Visualizing.org have teamed up to challenge you to visualize the voices of vulnerable populations in times of global crisis. Read more

Travel Time and Housing Prices Map

Travel Time and Housing Prices Map Travel Time and Housing Prices Map

MIG Inc. teamed up with the folks at Stamen Design for a series of interactive maps for the One Bay Area project. The first map in this series, the Travel Time and Housing Prices map, shows the relationship between travel time for different modes of transit, and housing prices in the bay area. Read more

Visualizar’11: Understanding Infrastructures

Visualizar’11: Understanding Infrastructures Visualizar’11: Understanding Infrastructures

Visualizar'11: Understanding Infrastructures aims to tackle the big questions around infrastructures — the big systems that support global processes such as the production and transportation of energy and water or the provision of global communication and mobility. Read more

Inspirational Infographic Roundup UW Design Show 2011

Inspirational Infographic Roundup UW Design Show 2011 Inspirational Infographic Roundup UW Design Show 2011

The Design Division of the University of Washington presents its best work at UW Design Show 2011, their annual exhibition of student's work. Read more

Visualizing Europe

Visualizing Europe Visualizing Europe

A one-day conference organized by Visualizing.org, Information Aesthetics and the Open Knowledge Foundation that takes place on June 14 in Brussels, Belgium. Read more

Visualize Demographics at UK Universities

Visualize Demographics at UK Universities Visualize Demographics at UK Universities

Postgrad.com and David McCandless from Information Is Beautiful have teamed up and put together a new data visualization competition. The lucky winner will take home a brand spanking new iPad2! Read more

Ghost Counties

Ghost Counties Ghost Counties

Jan Willem Tulp, a freelance information visualizer based in The Netherlands has recently published his submission for the Eyeo data visualization challenge by Visualizing.org that analyzes the numbers of homes in proportion to the population in the USA. Read more

Food Consumed

Food Consumed Food Consumed

Lauren Manning, a New York based designer, explores various methods to visualize one single data set for her thesis. The data at hand is as basic as it gets: food consumed and has been gathered from two years of meticulous life documenting. Read more

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