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Visualizing The Nobel Prize Winners

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My book Data-visualization with Python and JavaScript uses a freshly scraped, cleaned and refined Nobel-prize dataset to build a JavaScript web visualization...

All That Jazz, Patterns in the Keys Permalink

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This visualisation uses a force-directed layout, courtesy of D3, to view approximately 1200 classic Jazz standards by key, date and composer. Some interestin...

D3 CSS3D Chess Games Permalink

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Sometimes it’s good to imagine something a little exotic and then try and realize it using the tools to hand. So here we have a simultaneous chess tournament...

D3 Chess Squares Permalink

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Using the Kasparov-Karpov data-set, this visualisation shows relative occupation times for each square. The occupation times can be filtered by type of piece...

D3 Chess Board Permalink

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Packed circles are a good way to visualise certain tree structured data. Here I use a dataset of the 135 chess games played by the titans Kasparov and Karpov...

D3 Chess Parasets Permalink

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An attempt to capture the multi-dimensional complexity of chess openings, using the dataset of all games played between chess titans Kasparov and Karpov.

Visualizing the UK’s Establishment Permalink

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This chart shows the findings of a recent commision into equality in Britain. It found that a small, self-perpetuating elite, attendees of the ‘‘right’’ scho...

A Bespoke D3 Histogram Permalink

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A bespoke D3 histogram, with synchronizing axes. The variable radius and color of the plotted circles allows the representation of four dimensions, the x and...

Brush Filters with Active Charts Permalink

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A recent client wanted a way to filter a large dataset of objects while seeing any changes immediately reflected by data-selective charts. Using ...

A Dynamic D3 Filter Menu Permalink

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A recent job required a menu that lets one progressively filter a packet of row-column data, drilling down to items of interest. It was refreshing to use D3 ...

Gothic Window Generator Permalink

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A rainy bank-holiday Monday was a good excuse to try and indulge my aesthetic whims. Something to overload the frontal cortex with colors and symmetries, som...

Historic UK Weather Permalink

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I used Python and D3 to transform some old pages of row-columnar data provided by the UK Meteorological into an animated coloured map, showing hours of...

Observable Intro

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I decided to try out Observable, Mike Bostock’s (Mr D3) latest venture, by implementing a little demo I did to show how AFrame and D3 can help bring JavaScr...

D3 Chess Board Permalink

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I needed a chess-viewer for a larger data-viz project I’m working on ( see here ) and D3 seemed like the perfect tool for the job. The viewer takes lists of ...