Linear Layout for Visualization of Networks (Infographie)
- Linear Layout for Visualization of Networks
- Cuddle The Giant Panda
- The Gift of Generosity
- Information Graphic on Twitter
|Linear Layout for Visualization of Networks
The Linear Layout visualization is a productive approach to network visual analytics. It is a scalable, computationally fast, and straight-forward network visualization method that makes possible visual interpretation of network structure and evolution.
Solution: The linear layout presented here addresses the shortcomings of the conventional hairball layout and is very effective at identifying meaningful structural components in your network.
|Cuddle The Giant Panda
Who would not look in awe and amazement at the sight of a beautiful Giant Panda! The rarity of this solitary animal found in China and the danger it faces as an endangered species, make it all the more awe-inspiring.
Here are some interesting facts you would want to know about these lovely creatures:
|The Gift of Generosity
This is a kinetic typography about ‘The Gift of Generosity’ made by epipheostudios.
Life is a gift, a blessing. And yet we get so caught up in the day to day that we forget to pass that blessing along. Our challenge: To use text in a dynamic way to reawaken in us a thankfulness for life and a desire to pass our blessings along. Letting the story of our blessing become the story of someone else’s blessing.
|Information Graphic on Twitter
Twitter’s overnight Internet fame stems from one simple question: “What are you doing?” You have 140 characters of text to answer, and as soon as you hit Update, the site’s millions of users can see what you’re up to. This small idea has blossomed into a hugely popular phenomenon, with its users covering the entire Earth, developers creating scores of helper apps for it, and a raft of imitation sites. It’s growth has certainly been impressive since last year.
Information Graphic on Twitter is an infographic university project made by Melanie Stirner graphic designer from Germany, Trier. This exclusive infographic breaks down some of statistics on years/month, entire tweets, daily tweets, number of signs, crime rate, spam, security gaps, followers, following and languages.
via Melanie Stirner
Note: This infographic is in German Language.
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