Category Archive: Data Visualisation

Nov 28

Text As Networks – Annotated Bibliography

Exploring texts as networks allows connections within and between texts to be visualised in a simplified manner, enabling researchers to gain insight into complex relationships, which may otherwise remain hidden. Network analysis of texts is at the intersection of the humanities and science, and therefore has the potential to be truly interdisciplinary. This annotated bibliography …

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Oct 16

Data Visualisation – Country Statistics

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Data can be beautiful. The tools we have at our disposal mean that we can visualise and explore data in ways that simply were not possible a decade ago. Hans Rosling, the Swedish statistician who founded Gapminder, demonstrates some of the possibilities in this video: Visualising Data The Gapminder world statistics cover a huge range …

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