Barry Frost

This is Barry Frost’s personal website.

Tagged #visualisation

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.”