Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Data sciences relies on a strong foundation of mathematics, statistics, and results visualization, most of which are available through R statistical programming ecosystems.  To master the data sciences, one needs to delve into some of the more important pieces...
Edward Tufte's principle point in data visualization is to above all else - show the data. But with a too many graphical options to quantify, how does one go about creating these effective visualization? The short video presentation by...
It's not everyday that big ideas comes to the little screen, but GE has done just that with Datalandia. This short video promo of a fictional land where menacing space aliens collide with brilliant machines and Big Data is...
Just a bit of fun with an iconic action hero's shield.
The artistic part of data visualization is one of the most under appreciated parts of data science. On a day-to-day basis, we spend most of our time aggregating data sets, exploring their multidimensional depths, making and testing models, and...
This is a great PBS Off Book webisode that covers the visualization topic from the point of view appreciated by a data scientist - the data. Edward Tofte points out that "You want to see to learn something, not...
Data Visualization is a part, very significant part, of the big data story. The human brain, through its 100 billion neurons each interconnected 10,000 times, has an absolutely amazing visual processing capability, which is arguably surpassed by none. So...
Noah Iliinsky is one of the best presenters on complex visualization tools and techniques.  One of the classic stories Noah tells is how he used visualization tools to decide what bicycle tires to buy. In this presentation he talks...