This week marks the 5th birthday of Twitter, the micro-blogging platform whose meteoric rise has greased grassroots political movements, upended mainstream media, and opened a firehose of information-sharing — all giving the Visualizing community much to celebrate.
Mapping seismic data to pitch and volume, designer Paul May transforms 30 days of earthquake data into an evocative auditory experience.
On Friday afternoon, Japan was rocked by the largest earthquake in its history — a phenomenal 8.9 on the Richter scale — followed soon after by a devastating tsunami. We're inviting you, our Visualizing design community, to help us shed light on this natural disaster.
We're happy to announce a brand new feature: the Visualizing Q&A. Proud to kick it off with some insights from Flowing Data's Nathan Yau.
A new project unfolding in Latin America links scientists, local communities, and development experts in an effort improve long-term access to clean water.
Happy to announce that some of your visualizations were chosen to be part of an array of energy and environment focused data visualizations that were showed at TED this past week!