Github showcase for visualization projects
Github has launched showcases that collect projects hosted on the platform around different topics. The data visualization showcase includes projects like D3, Sigma.js and Cubism.
Lyra Gets its First Visualization Tutorial
An investigation of Jim Vallandingham's tutorial for Lyra, an open source visualization tool developed by Arvind Satyanarayan at UW Interactive Data Lab.
DataViva, Built in Brazil, Available to All
DataViva was created for the Brazilian state government of Minas Gerais, but it's just one possible implementation of this completely open source tool.
Human Progress Pushes Today's Big Issues Forward
HumanProgress.org is a new research tool from the CATO Institute exploring changes in human well-being across the globe. This article features a video of some of the creators discussing their process.
Raw is a new web-based tool developed by Density Design to fill the gap between spreadsheets and vector graphics.
Network visualization is a topic as complex as many of the hairballs it produces but Sigma.JS is designed to break through the clutter and graph networks that are more readable and user-friendly.
Created originally for the OpenSpending project, Gregor Aisch' developed an open source tool to flexibly visualize data sets with a hierarchical structure.
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