All posts tagged data-vis

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Citeology

Citeology visualizes the relationships between research publications (via: infosthetics)

 

Crop Circles in the Stock Market

I read an article in Zero Hedge a while ago about how the “flash crash” in the stock market was a direct result of “quote stuffing”, a fraudulent practice designed to manipulate stock prices in predictable directions enabled by the over-automation of the market through algorithmic trading.

Recently I stumbled upon a daily blog dedicated to revealing patterns in stock data that aims to visually show patterns that are most-likely intentional and purposeful – not the truly random movements of normal market chaos. They call these visual phenomena “crop circles”.

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Feltron Is At It Again

Absolutely beautiful personal data visualizations are now available to view in Feltron’s 2009 Annual Report. Don’t forget to buy a copy. Someone tell Mulvey his designer-crush just turned a new page (literally).

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Viz Fun and More Viz Fun

As Mulvey put it earlier, “can I get 6 months off to learn PV3D already?”

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