Below you will find pages that utilize the taxonomy term “Data Visualization”
This week's data visualization post is actually a very well made video about the Credit Crisis by Jonathan Jarvis. I learned a few things from this video myself and its a fantastic way to see how we got into this mess, and who was ultimately responsible for setting this shit ball rolling (GREENSPAN).
My friend at Paper Economy is testing out his new data visualization engine and he pulled together a scary chart of Year over Year house prices in Phoenix, Arizona. Can you believe it? We are below 2000 prices?
This is truly a frightening chart and I suspect that real estate prices could go even lower in Arizona, and the rest of the country for that matter, if people continue to get laid off.
I think I'm going to start a new weekly data visualization feature on Neural Market Trends, starting with the OECD. I love web sites that take complex, and sometimes boring data, and displays them in a visually pleasing way. This week's data visualization feature is the OECD Factbook eXplorer which is maintained by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development.
The OECD is an organization that compiles all kinds of data for many countries and then allows you to display that onto a flash based map.