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Nadieh Bremer
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Passionate about innovatie data visualization and data art
Passionate about innovatie data visualization and data art

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Happy Valentine's Day - Animating a heart shaped curve / line in D3.js
Just something small for Valentines day. I found the formula for a heart shaped curve on the Wolfram website and wanted to animate the line that draws these points with D3.js I actually had in mind to make the line disappear again after a few seconds, so it...

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Number of traffic accidents compared to possible influencers
While doing some work connected to burglaries, I was discussing which open datasets we could use to enrich the variables that might increase chances of burglars going about. Two of the datasets that we thought of were the number of daylight hours, or more s...

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Exploring the Art hidden in Pi
While browsing online I came across several examples of Martin Krzywinski's Pi art works and I was inspired to try and do a small project with the digits. I wanted to try and create something that wasn't very informative per se, but hopefully pretty to look...

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Scales in our Solar System - The enormity of our Sun
Something small I that came to mind after creating the exoplanet visualization and trying to use a Bubble packing visual for something else. I'm always hesitant about using bubbles because people are rather poor at comparing surfaces. So while creating a bu...

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The "Top 2000" Equalizer: Songs distributed by year of release
Note: Sorry, the visual is a bit data heavy and might need a few seconds to load The Top 2000 At the end of the year there are several traditions, like Christmas trees. For me, and quite a few other Dutch, there are two radio related traditions. In the week...

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Creating an interactive "exoplanets in orbit" visualization with D3.js
Having enjoyed the process of explaining a visualization through Storytelling in my previous post about Chord Diagrams, I wanted to create another and try a slightly different approach (and give myself a new project to learn more about D3.js and JavaScript ...

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Data Wrangler Tutorial: Turning an ugly table into a tidy one within minutes
Last week I gave a presentation to my colleagues about 4 tools with which you can go from data preparation to analysis to visualization - all online and no coding required (I do not mean to say that these tools can do everything, because they cannot, but ju...

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Using Data Storytelling with a Chord Diagram


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Running paths in Amsterdam - Step 2 - Visualizing the routes with R and Cloudmade
On to Step 2 of actually plotting the running routes in Amsterdam. If you've missed Step 1 in which I explained how I got the data of 1000 running routes in Amsterdam, you can check my previous post "Step 1 - Webscraping 1000 routes" Getting the coordinates...

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Running paths in Amsterdam - Step 1 - Webscraping 1000 routes
Let me first start by saying that the inspiration (and a big part of getting started on my own little project) came from the beautiful images of  "Where people Run" blog from Flowingdata  (excellent, excellent website BTW). On his blog he has used webscrapi...
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