Friday, April 23, 2010

Types of Data Visualization


I'm fascinated by data visualization and here is a fun little widget - the periodic chart of visualization methods. Make sure and pass your mouse over each cell to see the example graphic popup.

2 comments:

  1. I'll take Ct thank - something I can understand with any luck....nice periodic table Kyle...it's just amazing how many ways there are to visually represent data or ideas and turn it into something meaningful.

    I wonder if we're so well suited to visual input simply because we learn to visually identify before we learn anything else ?

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  2. Dear Sir,

    I have the pleasure to brief on our Data Visualization software
    "Trend Compass".

    TC is a new concept in viewing statistics and trends in an animated
    way by displaying in one chart 5 axis (X, Y, Time, Bubble size &
    Bubble color) instead of just the traditional X and Y axis. It could
    be used in analysis, research, presentation etc. In the banking
    sector, we have Deutsche Bank New York as our client.


    Link on Chile's Earthquake (27/02/2010):

    http://www.epicsyst.com/test/v2/EarthQuakeinChile/

    This a link on weather data :

    http://www.epicsyst.com/test/v2/aims/

    This is a bank link to compare Deposits, Withdrawals and numbers of
    Customers for different branches over time ( all in 1 Chart) :

    http://www.epicsyst.com/test/v2/bank-trx/

    Misc Examples :

    http://www.epicsyst.com/test/v2/airline/
    http://www.epicsyst.com/test/v2/stockmarket1/
    http://www.epicsyst.com/test/v2/tax/
    http://www.epicsyst.com/test/v2/football/
    http://www.epicsyst.com/test/v2/swinefludaily/
    http://www.epicsyst.com/test/v2/flu/
    http://www.epicsyst.com/test/v2/babyboomers/
    http://www.epicsyst.com/test/v2/bank-trx/
    http://www.epicsyst.com/test/v2/advertising/

    This is a project we did with Princeton University on US unemployment :
    http://www.epicsyst.com/main3.swf

    A 3 minutes video presentation of above by Professor Alan Krueger
    Bendheim Professor of Economics and Public Affairs at Princeton
    University and currently Chief Economist at the US Treasury using
    Trend Compass :
    http://epicsyst.com/trendcompass/princeton.aspx?home=1

    Latest financial links on the Central Bank of Egypt:

    http://www.epicsyst.com/trendcompass/samples/Aggregate-balance-sheet/
    http://www.epicsyst.com/trendcompass/samples/balance-sheet
    http://www.epicsyst.com/trendcompass/samples/banks-deposits-by-maturity/
    http://www.epicsyst.com/trendcompass/samples/egyptian-banks/
    http://www.epicsyst.com/trendcompass/samples/currency-by-denomination/

    I hope you could evaluate it and give me your comments. So many ideas
    are there.

    You can download a trial version. It has a feature to export
    EXE,PPS,HTML and AVI files. The most impressive is the AVI since you
    can record Audio/Video for the charts you create.

    http://epicsyst.com/trendcompass/FreeVersion/TrendCompassv1.2_DotNet.zip

    All the best.


    Epic Systems
    www.epicsyst.com

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