Flowing Data

I’m obviously on a data research kick these days… Hard work and good ethics pays off, and I’m rewarded with another year of working with @johnbattelle and the O’Reilly Media and UBM TechWeb conference team on programming for the eighth annual Web 2.0 Summit. This year’s theme:  The Data Frame.

Data is a hot topic, and visualization projects are all the rage. So calling out some great references from Nathan Yau’s Flowing Data blog – one of the best resources out there on this topic.

Recommended for Flowing Data Newbies

The best place to start – the most popular FlowingData posts since the first one in mid-2007:

  1. 17 Ways to Visualize the Twitter Universe
  2. Showing the Obama-Clinton Divide in Decision Tree Infographic
  3. 10 Largest Data Breaches Since 2000 – Millions Affected
  4. Ebb and Flow of Box Office Receipts Over Past 20 Years
  5. 21 Ways to Visualize and Explore Your Email Inbox
  6. Chart of the Day: A Breakdown of Facebook Applications
  7. Love, Hate, Think, Believe, Feel and Wish on Twitter
  8. 6 Influential Datasets That Changed the Way We Think
  9. Watching the Growth of Walmart Across America, Interactive Edition
  10. Data Visualization Blogs You Might Not Know About

(reposted from site)


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