[open-visualisation] Mini-project to review open source visualisation tools?
jonathan.gray at okfn.org
Thu Oct 28 18:38:46 UTC 2010
That would be amazing Andrew! ;-)
I think the best thing would be to get the ball rolling on this a bit
first. E.g. to migrate the material we've got to Google docs or
similar in the first instance (and then perhaps later, as Margit
suggests, to Freebase or suchlike?).
Also I'd really like to invite some folks from the most popular and
most active open-source visualisation projects to this list! (Any
contacts or intros would be much appreciated...)
All the best,
On Thu, Oct 28, 2010 at 9:34 AM, Andrew Vande Moere
<andrew at infosthetics.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am happy to offer infosthetics.com as a potential communication
> channel to ask input from the masses and point them to the
> Will someone implement some sort of categorization?
> In this context, I would like to recommend the paper "Creation and
> Collaboration: Engaging New Audiences for Information Visualization"
> from Heer, J., Ham, F., Carpendale, S., Weaver, C., and Isenberg, P.
> as an inspiration. I can send the PDF around if you are interested...
> Greetings - Andrew.
> On Wed, Oct 27, 2010 at 10:08 PM, Jonathan Gray <jonathan.gray at okfn.org> wrote:
>> I'd like to propose an en masse overhaul of the work we started
>> several years ago to list/document various open source tools for
>> visualising (open) data:
>> I've started a site for this (and other things) at:
>> Perhaps best to do this in Google Docs for now? Anyone up for this?
>> More generally I'm *really* keen for the OKF to do more in this area.
>> Kicking myself that I dropped the ball after our workshops in London!
>> Jonathan Gray
>> Community Coordinator
>> The Open Knowledge Foundation
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>> open-visualisation at lists.okfn.org
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