Organizing Content: First Thoughts
I've been putting some thought into how we might structure this community - at least initially, until more members join and help to give it shape.
First, I thought about one interpretation of typical process:
- Representing / Visualizing
Then, I started to think about other ways to bucket the data. From my prior work on 77 Data Visualization Tools - there was a natural separation between pure viz / graphics; and programming languages; and data cleaning tools. As I started to google around, and build up a framework, my friend Wes emailed over the link below.
Andy Kirk is a UK-based freelance data visualisation design consultant - does a great job of breaking the category up on his site Visualizing Data. A subset of Andy's list includes tools:
- Charting, Analyzing, Exploring Data
- Multivariate and Network Viz
- Getting & Handling Data
- Sites and services to Access Data
- Programming Languages, Toolkits and Libraries
- Mapping Visualizations
This is helpful. So after some thought, the next community asset I'll compile will be a list of Tools for Finding, Getting, Handling and Filtering data - from screen scraping, to google refine and excel for cleaning, to R imports and exports, to public data sets (google public data, government etc)
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