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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

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

Review of the SXSW Panel

Review of the SXSW Panel Review of the SXSW Panel

With 400+ people in the audience and experts from Foursquare, JESS3 and Visualizing.org on the microphones I had my debut at SXSW this year. Here's how it went down. Read more

Review of the SEE#6 Conference

Review of the SEE#6 Conference Review of the SEE#6 Conference

Once again, the good folks of Scholz & Volkmer under the direction of Michael Volkmer achieved to impress me with a well-organized and super inspirational conference. A great list of speakers that complemented each other well, a beautiful venue that held over 900 happy participants and a sound program made this year's see a great success. Read more

Join Us at the SEE#6 Conference

Join Us at the SEE#6 Conference Join Us at the SEE#6 Conference

I am happy to announce that together with my friends Andrew Vande Moere and Moritz Stefaner, we are organizing a little side event to the see conference on Sunday April 10. We call it see+. Read more

11 Conferences to attend in 2011

11 Conferences to attend in 2011 11 Conferences to attend in 2011

We've compiled a small list of conferences definitely worth visiting in 2011. Events like this are a great way to see, learn, connect and be inspired. If you're lucky enough to get a ticket, be sure to let us know so we could meet up and have a chat. Read more

Speaking at SXSW 2011

Speaking at SXSW 2011 Speaking at SXSW 2011

I am very excited — no, I am thrilled to be speaking at this year's SXSW Interactive! Invited by the good folks at JESS3, I will join Adam Bly of Visualizing.org, Eric Friedman of Foursquare and our moderator Robin Richards on the panel entitled Social Media Data Visualization: Mapping the World's Conversations. Read more

Data and Cities Conference

Data and Cities Conference Data and Cities Conference

As part of their project City Tracking, Stamen is hosting an invitation-only conference on Data Visualization and Cities on February 9-11, 2011, in their offices in San Francisco. Read more

Our Picks for O’Reilly Strata 2011

Our Picks for O’Reilly Strata 2011 Our Picks for O’Reilly Strata 2011

On February 01 – 03 2011 O'Reilly is hosting the Strata Conference, an event dedicated to data and how to make it work for your business. I have listed some of the conference highlights for visualization aficiandos so you don't get lost in the extensive schedule. Read more

Eyeo Festival

Eyeo Festival Eyeo Festival

The Eyeo Festival brings together the most creative coders, designers and artists working today, and shaping tomorrow. The three day long event features talks, labs and demos by extraordinary speakers in a beautiful location. Read more

Hans Rosling at TEDxChange

Hans Rosling at TEDxChange Hans Rosling at TEDxChange

Hans Rosling, director of the Gapminder Foundation gives another of his enthusiastic talks about how statistics can help us to better understand the world's development. Read more

Data-driven journalism: What is there to learn?

Data-driven journalism: What is there to learn? Data-driven journalism: What is there to learn?

On August 24th the one-day conference Data-driven journalism: What is there to learn? will take place in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The roundtable, organized by the European Journalism Centre brings together specialists in fields which intersect with data-driven journalism. Read more

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Data visualization is still a niche and thus networking a crucial part of the daily work. Events are great to stay up-to-date with current developments as well as meeting peers and cultivate connections.

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