Month: January 2014

Sources for inspiration: Data Visualization

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Visualizations:

Wind Map

Word Cloud

Presentation: 

Prezi

Brainshark

Tools:

Colorpic – Tool

Graphjam

Blogs:

Storytellingwithdata

Dataplusscience

Chandoo

Andy Kriebel

Kaiser Fung

Miscellaneous: 

Flare

D3.js, ProcessingjsHighcharts, AmCharts, Raphaël.js

R Shiny

Visualization Toolkit

MayaVi (Python)

Geocoding:

findlatitudeandlongitude

Guidelines: 

Choosing the Right Chart

Stephen Few on Data Visualization

The People: 

Stephen Few

Mike Bostock and Jeffrey Heer from the Stanford Visualization Group

Moritz Stefaner – OECD

Amanda Cox

Ben Shneiderman

Jon Nelson

Nicholas Felton

Data Preparation: 

Data Wrangler for data cleaning and tranformation

Google Refine

ASAP Utilities for Excel

Extract data from Web (import.io)

Video:

Journalism in the Age of Data

Readings:

The Data Deluge

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Application using MongoDB with FreeMarker and Spark

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We will use the FreeMarker template engine to create the template mappings. Also, to keep the web application simple using Java code alone, Spark Web Application Framework is used.

Source (Git)

MongoDB Java Application

MongoDB Java Application 2

Querying the Mongodb and checking the value (mongo) which has been displayed using the Java application created.

> db.hello.findOne()

{ "_id" : ObjectId("52ce3490c85b1177b58ec638"), "name" : "mongo" }