Hi Friends -
Welcome to the twenty-second issue of DashingD3js.com's Weekly Newsletter.
Onwards to this week's links...
Building User-Centric Platforms For Big Data
In many ways, data is our new natural resource, like vast fields of wheat on the early prairies. To yield the energy of insight, however, this data needs to be harvested intelligently: organized, rationalized and codified. That’s where data visualization comes in.
Python Wrapper for NVD3 - Create beautiful charts effortlessly. NVD3 is an attempt to build re-usable charts and chart components for d3.js without taking away the power that d3.js gives you.
Data Visualization Reading and Videos
How P&G Presents Data to Decision-Makers
Those of us who believe that managers make better decisions when key data are presented visually tend to get very excited about all the innovation going on in the graphical display of information. ... The best case I can cite for this argument is Procter & Gamble, which has institutionalized data visualization as a primary tool of management.
D3.js Reading and Videos
Co-authorship in Psychological Science, 2003 - 2013
This graph displays co-authorship relationships for nearly 1,000 researchers who published at least twice in Psychological Science between the years 2003 and 2013. Node size reflects number of publications in the journal; line width reflects the number of co-authorships. Mouse over each node for more information about authors. Built with D3.js
Swimlane Chart Using D3.js
Great use of D3.js Brush, Focus + Context Zooming and Multi-Chart Techniques. Make sure to click, drag and expand the brush.
Crossfilter New Release - 1.2.0
rCharts - One Interface, Multiple JS Libraries
Hope that you had a great past week and that next week is even better!
Wishing you the best,