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Typeface Classification

Typeface Classification

Martin Plonka has created a lovely designed poster that classifies typefaces by seven major groups: Slab Serif, Serif Old Style, Serif Transitional, Serif Modern, Sans Humanist, Sans (Neo)Grotesque and Sans Geometric. Read more

Looks Del.icio.us

Looks Del.icio.us

As a follow up to the Links Project I've discovered a project that really visualizes a links network, the delicious.com links network to be exact. Kunal Anand has created Looks Delicious – a collection of visualizations for different Delicious users that display their tagging behaviour. Read more

Mapping the UN Security Council Resolutions

Mapping the UN Security Council Resolutions

Piero Zagami has published some first impressions of a project called UNSC/R. With UNSC/R Zagami attempts to visualize data from the United Nations Securty Council Resolutions by classifying the 1794 Resolutions issued since the UN started its activity. Read more

Stacked Wedge

Stacked Wedge

Tom Gonzalez has written an excellent post on how he's come up with a new visualization method he's calling Stacked Wedge Graph. The Stacked Wedge displays hierarchal data on a radial system. By splitting up the sectors of a simple Pie Chart and on different rings. Read more

Sorting communication: The Conversation Prism

Sorting communication: The Conversation Prism

Brian Solis and Jesse Thomas have created an information graphic sorting and categorizing a extensive range of conversational webapplication. The Applications represented by their logos are arranged in a circular, flower-like structure. Each leaf represents another media or focus group and holds the major players of this field. The leaves are color coded and thus grouped in larger divisions. Read more

The Guardian visualized

The Guardian visualized

Jer over at blprnt.com played around with the newly launched The Guardian API and created some great looking visualizations. He already did similar visualizations with the NY Times API and again he's sharing his experiences working with the API. Read more

TimeRadarTree & TimeLineTree

TimeRadarTree & TimeLineTree

Michael Burch, Stephan Diehl, Fabian Beck and Felix Bott from the University of Trier developed two new visualization method to display directed and weighted graphs where the nodes correspond to leaves in a hierarchy. Read more

E.E. Cummings visualization

E.E. Cummings visualization

Chris Riccomini recently created a piece of datavisualization by using the poems of E.E. Cummings as the data. The work is a collaboration between Chris and his sister and it was intended as complementary to his sister's paper on the poems of Mr. Cummings. Read more

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