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Summer Thesis Thoughts: Version 6

July 7, 2008

Really interesting article on how to handle massive amounts of data with some excellent examples of visualizations:

http://www.edge.org/documents/archive/edge248.html#feature

(entry to be continued…)

This is very cool but simple visualization, and sorta an interesting snapshot into current political happenings:

Capitol Words

From Neatorama:
The frequency with which we use certain words can often serve as an interesting glimpse into our values, our interests, and our priorities. Perhaps it’s with this rationale that Capitol Words was born. Capitol Words is a simple website that displays the word that was most often used in the congressional record that day. Even more interesting, it apparently has archives for this dating back through the last eight years (although for some reason I could not get some dates in 2000 and 2001 to work). According to the site’s “About” page:

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