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Lovely and functional football table

Most of the football visualizations I find seem to vanish after a few weeks or months, but I sure hope The Beautiful Table sticks. Designed by Jon Ferry, this lovely and functional visualization shows you how your team (in my case, sadly, Arsenal in the Premier League) is faring. There are many small details that …

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How to visualize interconnections

MOMA has a terrific visualization as part of a show on Inventing Abstraction that opened back in December 2012. Visualization projects that map interconnections become complex quickly in a number of ways: Content for each subject: How much should you display? This seems like the right amount, although there’s something hilarious about seeing Picasso’s interests …

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Shuffling deck chairs in European football

I follow Arsenal because I am a committed glutton for punishment. Agency Signal | Noise built this handy visualization to help you follow the rate and flow of players and money in European football. It’s helpful to see who’s accelerating the pace of cash out for talent — and vice versa. h/tĀ Information Aesthetics

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Visualizing characters + action over time = magic

Excellent visualization of Game of Thrones characters and their events trajectory (spoiler alert: lots of killing) over time by Jerome Cukier (h/t Nathan Yau). Love the proliferating use of data visualization to understand complex character structures and plot lines in novels; see also Infinite AtlasĀ and this selection from brain pickings.

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Visualizing the #linsanity

Checking out visual.ly to track the rise and fall of #linsanity – with Obama as top influencer. Great way to see the wax and wane of a topic on Twitter.

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