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Don Tapscott: Four principles for the open world

http://www.ted.com The recent generations have been bathed in connecting technology from birth, says futurist Don Tapscott, and as a result the world is tran...

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Ryan Cordell at SMU: "Mapping the Networks of Viral Texts in Nineteenth-Century America"

Cordell's work focuses on identifying texts that "went viral" in 19th-century American newspapers and magazines — including literary texts like Nathaniel Haw...

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International Open Government Data Camp looks to build community (eGovernment Resource Centre)

International Open Government Data Camp looks to build community (eGovernment Resource Centre) | Data Visualisation | Scoop.it
In its second year, the camp's organizers aspire to galvanize more governments to open up their data...

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Dublinked Data Visualisation Event

Dublinked Data Visualisation Event | Data Visualisation | Scoop.it
We invite you to join us at our Data Visualisation event on Thursday 24th May, to explore the area of data visualisation, learn about available data visualisation tools.
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Visualising Data » Blog Archive » Quadrigram: New visual ...

Visualising Data » Blog Archive » Quadrigram: New visual ... | Data Visualisation | Scoop.it
Quadrigram is a paid-for tool designed to enable everyone who works with data, regardless of their technical, programming capabilities, to create powerful, flexible and custom visualisations. For those of you out there looking ...
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Notes on Audio, Radio Archives and Digital Humanities Research ...

Notes on Audio, Radio Archives and Digital Humanities Research ... | Data Visualisation | Scoop.it
Interactive History and Digital Culture. Home · About · Publications · Current Projects · Links · Research · CFP · Past Projects · Home > design, virtual heritage > Notes on Audio, Radio Archives and Digital Humanities ...
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Part 3: Visualising Analysis with Excel

Part 3: Visualising Analysis with Excel | Data Visualisation | Scoop.it
Part 3 of Mark Davies' four part blog which gives advice on how to utilise excel to visually display any sport/industry data. This week, learn the formulas!
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Innovative Non-Profit Data Visualization | Global Health Hub

An interesting gallery suggesting ways in which the charitable sector is turning to advanced infographics to informa and communicate : Global Health Hub is an aggregator of global health news and information.

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Don Tapscott: Four principles for the open world

http://www.ted.com The recent generations have been bathed in connecting technology from birth, says futurist Don Tapscott, and as a result the world is tran...

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Taking it further is this sense that collaboration is simply realy tough to quantify and sometimes we simple have to trust serendipity.

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Map of the underwater Internet

Map of the underwater Internet | Data Visualisation | Scoop.it
Nicolas Rapp, for Fortune Magazine, mapped the underwater cables that make the global Internet possible.
If the internet is a global phenomenon, it's because there are fiber-optic cables underneath the ocean.
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Part 4: Visualising Analysis with Excel

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The final part of Mark Davies' four part blog which gives advice on how to utilise excel to visually display any sport/industry data. This week, learn the formulas!
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All the Data That's Fit to Print: The Data Journalism Handbook - Business 2 Community

All the Data That's Fit to Print: The Data Journalism Handbook - Business 2 Community | Data Visualisation | Scoop.it
All the Data That's Fit to Print: The Data Journalism HandbookBusiness 2 CommunityBut many companies are still behind the data visualization curve because of perceived barriers of entry—the notion that only computer whizzes, database hounds and...
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Open Data Visualization: Keeping Traces of the Exploration Process ...

This paper describes a system to support the visual exploration of Open Data. During his/her interactive experience with the graphics, the user can easily store the current complete state of the visualization application (called a ...
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Visualization series: Insight from Cleveland and Tufte on plotting numeric data by groups

Visualization series: Insight from Cleveland and Tufte on plotting numeric data by groups | Data Visualisation | Scoop.it

Solomon Messing's blog article promising a continuing series on developing informative visulisations seems to be getting a lot of attention in the social mediasphere over the last week. It speaks to the thirst for good tutorials and commentary on producing good data visualisation.

The first article gives a great introduction to some Tuftian and Clevlandesque principles and whets our appetites for more.

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