If you think someone may be slightly dyslexic when you hear them talking about D3 – this blog is for you.
How does D3 work?
Why should you care?
Modern data visualisation has been around for years but is only now beginning to be appreciated in a world of Big Data. As an industry, up until now we have been so focused on what to do with all the data we collect – how to build models to gain analytical insight. Data visualisation is playing a huge role in how that insight is understood and acted upon. These visualisation tools need to be able to accommodate data increasing in size, and an audience that wants nothing less than to be able to pick up their data and play with it. Watch this space!
Some of my favourite D3 examples
Here are a few of my favourite D3 examples:
This makes my personal circle art look like child’s play.
This is an example of the kind of interactivity you could have with your own data.
This looks like its development is still in the early stages but the music lover in me likes it.
This is a great way to visualise fashion week.
Keep it colourful – KGB.