If you’re developing web sites or web applications today, there’s a good chance you have data to communicate, and that data may be begging for a good visualization. But how do you know what kind of visualization is appropriate? And, even more importantly, how do you actually create one? Answers to those very questions are the core of this book. In the chapters that follow, we explore dozens of different visualizations and visualization techniques and tool kits. Each example discusses the appropriateness of the visualization (and suggests possible alternatives) and provides step-by-step instructions for including the visualization in your own web pages.
IntroductionImplementation vs DesignCode vs. StylingSimple vs. ComplexReality vs. an Ideal WorldSource Code for ExamplesAcknowledgementsGraphing DataMaking Charts InteractiveIntegrating Charts in a PageCreating Specialized GraphsShowing TimelinesVisualizing Geographic DataCustom Visualizations with D3.jsBuilding Data-Driven Web ApplicationsManaging Data in the Browser
Google rolled out a slew of new cloud services at I/O, including one called Dataflow that’s meant to put standard MapReduce to shame. It’s advertised a much simpler way to build data pipelines that can handle both batch processing and streaming data.
This post is intended to start a conversation about how Docker should handle data volumes for distributed applications. Today we publicly launched Flocker 0.1, an open-source volume and container manager for Docker. Flocker 0.1 is an early model of how we believe storage and networking could be handled in a distributed system. Support for portable …
A unique graphite dashboard aimed to be a general purpose dashboard that looks nice and makes it easy to construct and edit dashboards through the UI. It also contains an advanced and unique graph editor and graphite target expression / function editor. Other notible features are fast client side rendering, select to zoom in, multiple y-axes and graph templating.
ArcGIS provides a large suite of tools for performing GIS tasks that range from simple buffers and polygon overlays to complex regression analysis and image classification. Tools can be chained together feeding the output of one tool into another.
The GP Tools for AWS are built to enable ArcGIS users to leverage Amazon Web Services through GP tools. This project leverages Elastic Map Reduce (EMR) the hosted hadoop framework, as well as, Simple Storage Service (S3) in AWS. In addition, the project leverages GIS Tools for Hadoop to geo-enable hadoop.
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