Barry Frost

This is Barry Frost’s personal website.

Tagged #visualisation

How to pick more beautiful colors for your data visualizations

Causal

Dashboard for business data with forecasts and interactive inputs. Templates for SaaS startups etc.

Previously, On Arrested Development

Stunning interactive breakdown of running gags, cross-referenced between episodes/series.

Epoch

A general purpose, real-time visualization library.

Cube

Another graphing tool for visualising time series data. Built with MongoDB and Node.js

Hummingbird

Real time traffic visualisation

Gephi

A visualisation and exploration platform for all kinds of networks and graphs: make pretty pictures from your node/edge databases.

The Case For An Older Woman « OkTrends

OK Cupid’s analysis of their membership base with lovely visualisations and intelligent interpretations

jQuery Visualize Plugin: Accessible Charts & Graphs from Table Elements using HTML 5 Canvas

Visualisation Rules

Andy’s using a Kanban board with stakeholders. “They got a message that coders have been trying (unsuccessfully) to convey to them for many years. Yes, ad hoc stuff gets in the way of scheduled development.”

Protovis

Another clever Canvas/Javascript toolkit for charts and things

flipping typical

Intelligent and useful web page that guesses the fonts installed locally and allows you to try out sample text in each

Flare | Data Visualization for the Web

AS library for data visualisation in Flash

Ghostly fingers of APIs (Phil Gyford: Writing)

Last.fm – Quality Control

Graphs, meters, warning bears and lots and lots of tools. How Last.fm keeps running

JSON2HTML

Visualise a JSON structure in nested HTML

Munin

“Munin the monitoring tool surveys all your computers and remembers what it saw. It presents all the information in graphs through a web interface.”