To most of the people data mining is all about collecting loads of data then the quant wizards work their magic and the transformation produces amazing stuff. But the major question is how does this...
Dr. Hans Rosling is one of my presentation heroes; he's been featured or mentioned in all my books and several times on presentationzen.com over the years. If there is a Jedi Master of presenting data clearly, visually, and simply, then...
If you ever wondered which countries are the busiest on Twitter, you're in luck....
***** Cool Infographic, but even better article with interesting speculation about what these stats imply - that Twitter is more easily accessible around world than other ocial nets so it is or will become a Twitter world.
Our Infographics won the Oxtalent Award. I'm happy to report that Scott Hale and I won two of the University of Oxford's "OxTalent" awards yesterday for our work submitted in the Research Infographics category.
"Like everything else, the future of data visualization is hard to predict -- but some recent developments can help us see where the field is going. There is also some structure in the field that points to what will change and what will likely stay the same.
Here are three trends that are shaping data visualization today -- and will continue to do so in the foreseeable future:
- Data is everywhere and readily accessible
- Technology determines how we develop and cinsume visualisations
- Interactive visualisations are easier to develop. "
"For some time at Visualizing, we’ve been working on a commonsense taxonomy of data visualization. This is still a work in progress, but we wanted to involve the wider community in the discussion.
There are already all-inclusive glossaries of specific techniques, and there are several academic approaches to classification (Bertin, Schneiderman, etc.). But we're looking for something in between: a general, top-level language to describe the forms used in visualization and information graphics. It should be useful to experts and non-experts alike, and so requires a balance between familiar words and ideas on the one hand and rigorous thinking on the other."
Data Visualization Software Can Grow Any BusinessBusiness 2 CommunityThe key to any businesses success is the ability to identify and act on fresh leads consistently over time. Using data visualization software can help solve the.
You may not understand Hipmunk the first time you use it but the next time you use someone else’s site you realize the torture they are putting you through. Here are Hipmunk’s search results for flights on July 1 from NYC to LAX.
Studying artificial intelligence and using it to achieve better results when data mining (RT @science360: News Video: Computer Science And Data Mining - http://t.co/NCoUXStW #science #technology #engineering...)...
While BI is still a vital piece of the planning and decision making process, this idea of “traditional BI” is quickly fading. As the workforce becomes more mobile, BI is moving outside the confines of the office.
I recently spoke at the 360|Flex conference in Devner, CO on “Data Visualization with Web Standards”. This presentation was focused upon techniques for presenting data in an easily-consumable visual manner using only ...
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