Category Archives: Visualization

US Presidential Election Data PCA

Finally have a good visualization of my election data. Confirmed hypothesis: The biggest split in clustering states by politics is between the Confederacy and Everyone Else.

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California Drought

In good news, the drought in California is finally starting to get better. Charting percent of the land area of California in each category of drought over time:   from http://droughtmonitor.unl.edu/ data

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The Populated Clock

World Population by time zone, draft 1.1 Before you ask, the colors don’t mean anything, there just to make it easier to tell one bar from another. Modified logarithmic scale. All time zones are standard time for their locations, except … Continue reading

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Time Zone data collection

I’m currently working on a Visualization of time zones by population. When I started the Tabulation phase (which I’m still mostly in), I realized, “this calls for being a pivot table!” Luckily, unlike the last several times I’ve started a … Continue reading

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Previews

I’ve been busy lately and writing hasn’t happened. In the mean time, here are two charts I’ve been working on recently. I will eventually write posts walking through them, but in the meantime, here are the punchlines! Solar Bodies: Hyperoperators:

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Little Animations

Some animations I put together last month. I’ve long built versions of these in my head during those times when one is lying in bed watching the clock tick by slowly.

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Tangled Brambles

I’ve got a couple of literary analysis posts not yet ready. One delayed because I don’t want to risk anyone giving me spoilers for the Prydain Chronicles, one because I’m having trouble linearizing my comments on Humanism in Bujold from … Continue reading

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