We recently celebrated Tributary’s birthday, and we’ve learned a lot in the last year-plus spent live coding and prototyping with it. We’ve had lots of ideas for Tributary, ambitions big and small, and we’ve discovered some have stuck while others were fleeting interests.
It’s come time for…
awesome way of turning interesting stuff into “data” then visualizing it
A map of American state stereotypes, generated by Google autocomplete.
In the months before a US Presidential election, the quality of political discourse hits new lows. Blue State/Red State tropes dominate the news cycle as the media gins up outrage over perceived injustices in the culture…
The Bay Area d3 User Group recently turned 6 months old, having amassed 500 members and held 10 Meetup events to date. We wanted a quick way to communicate the growth of the group, so we made this simple graphic to display at the 10th event:
What is notable here is not so much the…
We had two main speakers for the night:
This meetup was the 10th one that we have put on. It also coincides with 6 months and 500 members! To celebrate I created an interactive d3 visualization to tell the story with my friend Paul Van Slembrouck and with help from Kai.
To further the spirit of visualization, we also kept the empty name tag pages so we could easily count how many people came:
We have 88 used name tags, not bad.