Month: July 2010

Intriguing: Data Visualisation Goes Mainstream

The Map Your Moves Challenge fascinates me. New York’s Public Radio station WNYC has devised a data visualisation challenge for their listeners. Curious about what makes people move from and to their community they polled stories from their listeners and collected them into a structured dataset and have released it into the wild. Now this […]

Digging into Digging into Data Books: A Couple Choice Volumes for Data Visualisation

Data visualisation has become very vogue in the digital humanities community. Although there have been a scattering of brave practitioners over the past few years, only very recently has this interdisciplinary area started to feature prominently at DH conferences as a mainstream practise worthy of consideration. For the last few months I have been looking […]