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The Visual.ly Olympics

The Visual.ly Olympics

With the beginning of the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, we’ve seen a huge influx of visualizations focused on ... keep reading

Health Data Visualization Contest Winners

Health Data Visualization Contest Winners

The Visual.ly Health Data Visualization Contest is over and the vote is in! If you missed it, rest easy — there ... keep reading

The Fine Line In a Gray Area: When to Use Line vs Area Charts

The Fine Line In a Gray Area: When to Use Line vs Area Charts

Line charts and area charts are very closely related. They are both good for time series data. They both show ... keep reading

Visual.ly Launches Social Network for Data Visualization

Visual.ly Launches Social Network for Data Visualization

With 32,000 designers signed up on Visual.ly and a couple million people returning each month to explore and share ... keep reading

6 Visualizations About the Higgs Boson

6 Visualizations About the Higgs Boson

On July 4th, 2012, CERN announced that, using the Large Hadron Collider they found a boson particle that so far is ... keep reading

Real Life Data Visualization: A Manual Dissection of Rye Bread

Real Life Data Visualization: A Manual Dissection of Rye Bread

Sara Krugman and Momo Miyazaki are currently studying at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design in Denmark, ... keep reading

Political Campaigns and Data Visualization: A Tricky Mix?

Political Campaigns and Data Visualization: A Tricky Mix?

As the 2012 US presidential race heats up, we will undoubtedly see lots of politically motivated visualizations. This ... keep reading

The Process of Creating Data Visualizations

The Process of Creating Data Visualizations

Jan Willem Tulp is a freelance information visualizer based in The Hague, The Netherlands. With his company, TULP ... keep reading

Exoplanets: Turning a Static Visualization Into an Interactive

Exoplanets: Turning a Static Visualization Into an Interactive

Static infographics can be great for telling a story. They show the important information all laid out for a viewer to ... keep reading