These diagrams of early networks feel like manuscripts that you’d half expect to be marked with “Here be dragons” at the edges.
These are beautiful!
Featured below is a chronology of various attempts through the last four centuries to visually organise and make sense of colour.
This could be a handy replacement for some Google Charts images of graphs. It uses SVG and is responsive by default.
I bet it wouldn’t be too tricky to use this to make some sparklines.
What a lovely bit of progressive enhancement—styling data tables to display as charts.
A nice little pattern for generating a swish timeline in SVG from a plain ol’ definition list in HTML.
Beautiful visualisations of science and nature.
Made with love by a designer with a molecular biology degree.
The line-up for this year’s Improving Reality conference looks great (as always).
It’s the day before dConstruct so why not come on down to Brighton a day early and double your fun?
There’s going to be mini Science Hack Day at Lighthouse as part of this month’s Science Festival in Brighton. Come along — it’ll be fun.
Remember when I made that canvas sparkline script? Remember when Stuart grant my wish for an SVG version? Well, now Tom has gone one further and created a hosted version on sparksvg.me
Not a fan of sparklines? Bars and circles are also available.
Mashing up Angry Birds and spreadsheets to better visualise project time-tracking.
This is may just be the best thing on the internet about data visualisation and statistics. And sex.
A thoroughly well-researched and data-heavy blog post ...complete with interactive charts!
End of the year charts based on real data: "Based entirely on your scrobbling, this is a real look at what you've been listening to (not just buying). The charts are ranked by total number of listeners."
The Google Chart API can produce QR codes. Neato!
All the code you need to add charts and graphs to your site.
Compare and contrast Last.fm's chart with the "official" UK chart. It's as if Radiohead doesn't even exist in meatspace.