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Bookmarks tagged with “graphs”

  1. Income and inequality historical data explorer

    Graphing the data for successive UK governments.

  2. Vega-Lite

    An abstraction of an abstraction of d3.js - make D3 charts using only a JSON file. (via FlowingData)

  3. Getting Started | d3.compose

    A way to generate d3-powered charts more easily, or another confusing abstraction layer? I don’t know because I haven’t actually tried it. (via @eliothill)

  4. Epoch by Fastly

    Looks like a simple-to-use charting library, based on d3.js, with real-time charts.

  5. 4618602 (d3.js Multiline chart with brushing and mouseover)

    Because I’ll want to see this again sometime and will forget where it is. Now it’s here.

  6. Variance

    Nice web charting/visualization thing, using a markup-based system for data, with appearance editable using CSS. Somewhere between Raphael/d3 and simple charting libraries. Costs money for commercial use. (via Tom Taylor)

  7. Graph TV

    Shows graphs of IMDB ratings for all episodes of a TV series. Nice and simple.

  8. Rap Stats | Rap Genius

    I love hearing songs that mention Internet things when they’re still pretty new. A graph showing usage of social media brand names over time. (via Kottke)

  9. Sheetsee.js

    “A JavaScript library, or box of goodies, if you will, that makes it easy to use a Google Spreadsheet as the database feeding the tables, charts and maps on a website.” (via Infovore)

  10. LPChart: JavaScript charts for Little Printer publications | Robots and Clouds

    A thing I wrote for work about a thing I made at work to help make more things.

  11. The top 20 data visualisation tools | Feature | .net magazine

    A nice summary of everything from Excel to Gephi. (via Dotcode)

  12. NVD3.js :: re-usable charts for d3.js

    “An attempt to build re-usable charts and chart components for d3.js without taking away the power that d3.js gives you.” So many of these things to choose from. (via @nickludlam)

  13. xCharts » Documentation

    “A D3-based library for building custom charts and graphs.” (via @danjwilson)

  14. [Updated] The rise and fall of personal computing | asymco

    Just spent a while trying to find these graphs, having seen them once before. So now they’re here. Really interesting, market share of computing platforms since 1975.

  15. Rickshaw: A JavaScript toolkit for creating interactive time-series graphs

    A nice wrapper on top of D3. Looks very handy. (via @nickludlam)

  16. Peity • progressive pie charts

    Nice jQuery plugin for turning lists of numbers into little pie charts, graphs or bar charts. Sparklines. (via Brett Terpstra)

  17. jqPlot Charts and Graphs for jQuery

    I don’t think I noticed this when I was bookmarking similar things a while ago.

  18. Introducing Rickshaw: A JavaScript toolkit for creating interactive time series graphs | shutterbits

    Bookmark a couple of JavaScript graphy libraries and a new one pops up like magic! (via @revdancatt)

  19. Emprise JavaScript Charts™ :: 100% Pure JavaScript Charts

    Another charting library. Looks good too I think. Non-watermarked version is $100 upwards.

  20. JS Charts - Free JavaScript charts

    Looks like a good library for drawing charts/graphs in JavaScript. Costs $39 upwards for a non-watermarked version.

  21. BBC News - One word we don’t hear enough: ‘Erm’

    From January 2010, Michael Blastland shows how wrong the Bank of England’s GDP projection fan charts can be. (Also, that daft “The face of uncertainty…” stock photo and caption is priceless.)

  22. d3.js, Javascript library for manipulating data-driven documents

    Looks like a very flexible javascript thing for turning data into different kinds of diagram_ chart_ map_ etc. (via Waxy)

  23. Modern Two-Party System in the Senate Timeline

    Fascinating and detailed graph of shifts in Republican/Democrat senators from 1857-2006. I’d love to see something similar for the UK.

  24. London Cycle Hire Explorer

    Tom Taylor’s nice site for exploring data about London’s cycle hire stations - graphs showing their activity over time.

  25. Statistical analysis, data and graphing | Timetric: making data useful

    Datagasm. Loads of data sets available for analysing, exporting, monitoring, fiddling with, etc. (via Blackbeltjones)

  26. gRaphaël—Charting JavaScript Library

    That looks very nice indeed. (via Infovore)

  27. Safari 4 benchmarked: 42x faster than IE 7, 3.5x faster than Firefox 3 - Crave at CNET UK

    Shockingly bad bar charts. 3D bars drawn in perspective don’t help with comparisons.

  28. Mycrocosm

    “A web service that allows you to share snippets of information from the minutiae of daily life in the form of simple statistical graphs.” Like Daytum? Love it. (via Haddock)

  29. Winner of the Personal Visualization Project is… | FlowingData

    Oodles of pretty and obsessive charting of personal data. (via Boing Boing)

  30. Daytum

    Lets you keep track of any kind of daily data you like and graph it. Brilliant. I don’t often think “I wish I’d thought of that” but… (via Kottke)

  31. Income Gap and Marginal Tax Rate 1917-2006 at Visualizing Economics

    Ouch. Difference in income for rich and poor in the US over the past century, compared to the tax rate.

  32. 24 ways: Tracking Christmas Cheer with Google Charts

    A good guide on how to use Google Charts. (via Simon Willison)

  33. A List Apart: Articles: Accessible Data Visualization with Web Standards

    Lovely CSS bar charts and sparklines created in HTML and CSS.

  34. Mail-trends - Google Code

    “Mail Trends lets you analyze and visualize your email (as extracted from an IMAP server)” Haven’t tried it, but it looks purty. (via Haddock)

  35. LastGraph: Home

    Create completely stunning and fascinating colourful graphs of your Last.fm data. The best way I’ve ever seen of getting a good impression of what you’ve listened to. If only I had data for my whole life of listening. (via Plasticbag)

  36. The Baby Name Wizard’s NameVoyager

    I kept seeing links to this and ignored them. I shouldn’t have, it’s lovely. Would be nice if you could fix the scale though.

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