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The Power of Visualization's "Aha!" Moments

The Power of Visualization's "Aha!" Moments | Complex systems and projects | Scoop.it
The best data tools let you to see something you weren't expecting, and allow you to act on it.

Via Roberta Faulhaber, Jose Luis Anzizar
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Improvisation Blog: Visualisation and Allegory

Improvisation Blog: Visualisation and Allegory | Complex systems and projects | Scoop.it

The most powerful way of coordinating the attention of a large number of individuals is to tell a story. In a highly complex world however, it is often difficult to identify the story to tell: there are indeed so many stories, and often the narrator is tied up in the narrative. But at any moment, I think it is not impossible to identify the story.

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Visual Complexity: Mapping Patterns for the Information Age

Visual Complexity: Mapping Patterns for the Information Age | Complex systems and projects | Scoop.it

The intersection of visualization and networks science is important to infotention, too. -- Howard 

 

"Data visualization is a running theme of visual literacy here, and Manuel Lima has been one of its biggest advocates since 2005 when, shortly after graduating from the Parson School of Design, he launched VisualComplexity — an ambitious portal for the visualization of complex networks across a multitude of disciplines, from biology to history to the social web. This month marks the highly anticipated release of Visual Complexity: Mapping Patterns of Information — a rigorously researched, beautifully designed, thoughtfully curated anthology of the world’s most compelling work at the intersection of these two relatively nascent yet increasingly powerful techno-cultural phenomena, network science and information visualization."


Via Howard Rheingold
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