Posts with tag Data Visualization

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Circle Packing Sep 01 2020
I've been doing a lot of my data exploration lately on Observable Notebooks, which is--sort of--a Javascript version of Jupyter notebooks that automatically runs all the code inline. Married with Vega-Lite or D3, it provides a way to make data exploration editable and shareable in a way that R and python data code simply can't be; and since it's all HTML, you can do more interesting things. [Read complete post...]
As I often do, I'm going to pull away from various forms of Internet reading/engagement through Lent. This year, this brings to mind one of my favorite stray observations about digital libraries that I've never posted anywhere. [Read complete post...]
As part of the Creating Data project, I've been doing a lot of work lately with interactive scatterplots. The most interesting of them is this one about the full Hathi collection. But I've posted a few more I want to link to from here: [Read complete post...]
I have a new article on dimensionality reduction on massive digital libraries this month. Because it's a technique with applications beyond the specific tasks outlined there, I want to link to a few things here. [Read complete post...]
Here’s a very technical, but kind of fun, problem: what’s the optimal order for a list of geographical elements, like the states of the USA? [Read complete post...]