The rise and fall of movies – NY Times

Mathew Bloch, Lee Byron, Shan Carter and Amanda Cox at NY Times produced this amazing visual showing the performance of movies at the box office between 1986 and 2008. Though the choice of an stacked area chart does not allow the reader to pick the numbers right off the chart but it certainly does pack a lot of information. Also check out the cool search feature!!...

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The rise and fall of movies - NY Times

Stack on DIGG

Posted on 01 September 2008

Stack on DIGG
Digg Stack shows diggs occurring in real time on up to 100 stories at once. Diggers fall from above and stack up on popular stories. Brightly colored stories have more Diggs.
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Musicovery

Posted on 01 September 2008

Musicovery
Musiccovery.com lets you discover new music based on your mood. A very novel way of changing the tracks based on how you feel. Musicovery.com
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DNA Strand simulation using Excel

Posted on 01 September 2008

DNA Strand simulation using Excel
Excel can be used to create neat little simulations for classroom traings. I remember a long time back, I had a tough time trying to understand how the strands of a DNA coil around each other. Well....I tired my hands at creating a rotating DNA strand using 3-D bubble charts.....stright 'n simple for the most part......the trick lies in making the base and linking pairs change their overlaps after rotating every ...
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Excel Chart Types – Advanced

Posted on 01 September 2008

Excel Chart Types - Advanced
Here are a few more chart types. These can be used to represent multi-dimentional data. Download the file with advanced excel chart types here.
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Excel Chart Types – Basic

Posted on 31 August 2008

Excel Chart Types - Basic
These are some basic chart types in Excel. You can play around with these by downloading the file here. Stephen Few, Data visualization Guru and author, mentions a few rules for creating charts on his website PerceptualEdge. Some good reads are: Practical rules for using colors in charts Godin’s Silly Rules for Great Graphs Stephan has, over the years, written on many facets of presenting data ...
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A beautiful map of the world !!!

Posted on 24 August 2008

A beautiful map of the world !!!
According to www.gebco.net, work on the creation of the GEBCO world map began as a laboratory workshop project of the Nippon Foundation/GEBCO Training Project at the Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping of the University of New Hampshire, USA. Just thought it was the most gorgeous map of earth that I have seen in a long time !!! "Image reproduced from the GEBCO world map, http://www.gebco.net"
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