Posts Tagged ‘visualization’

November 7th, 2013 - 1:43 pm § in STEM

A Visualization of Science “Brain Drain”

This is one of the infographics that is not so easy to read, but well worth the effort.  It maps out the flow of scientific research talent across 16 countries.  Created by information designer, Giorgia Lupi and here team in Italy, as a follow-up to several celebrated graphics (this and this[...]

November 3rd, 2011 - 1:01 am § in Data Visualizations, Humanities, Miscellaneous, STEM

Visualizing Geospatial Data in 3D

  Rather than a post about an actual infographic today, I am blogging about a way to create the infographics. has created a great free app (free as of 10/30/11), that allows one to enter information as a spreadsheet about various geographical points, and view the information on a[...]

September 27th, 2011 - 1:01 am § in Data Visualizations, Humanities

Rectangular subdivisions of the world

This map is just plain interesting. It is a map of the world made up of rectangles, each with an equal number of geo-tagged tweets. In other worlds it is a Twitter density map. So, what does the map tell us. What do it relate to? What other type of map might it look the […][...]

April 28th, 2011 - 6:05 pm § in Miscellaneous

Turn Your Life into an Infographic

There are many reasons why infographics can serve education — why they have served education. Of course, one of the most compelling is that the concepts gives learners one more way to express their learning. According to the Bit Rebels blog entry… There is no question that people lately [...]