Tag

visualization

10 datasets
  • Freebase Wikipedia Extraction (WEX)

    Offsite — The Freebase Wikipedia Extraction (WEX) is a processed dump of the English language Wikipedia. The wiki markup for each article is transformed into machine-readable XML, and common relational features such as templates, infoboxes, categories, article sections, and redirects are extracted intabular form. Freebase WEX is provided as a set of database tables in TSV format ...
  • Visualizing the Growth of Target, 1962-2008 | FlowingData

    Offsite — The first Target opened in 1962 in Roseville, Minnesota, and by 1972 there were 46. The corporation focused mostly on expansion in the Central United States for the next decade, but in 1982, Target acquired 33 FedMart stores in Arizona, California, and Texas. There are now over 1,600 stores across the United States. This visualization shows the location and opening date ...
  • 80 Million Tiny Images

    Offsite — Visual dictionary presents a visualization of all the nouns in the English language arranged by semantic meaning. Each of the tiles in the mosaic is an arithmetic average of images relating to one of 53,464 nouns. The images for each word were obtained using Google’s Image Search and other engines. A total of 7,527,697 images were used, each tile being the average of 140 ...
  • Walmart Growth Video

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  • radiohead - Google Code

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  • 2008 IEEE InfoVis Contest Dataset

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  • OpenVisuals - Open Source Visualization Framework

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  • PAIDA - Pure Python scientific analysis package

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  • Freebase Data Dump

    Offsite — Freebase data dumps provide all of the current facts and assertions within the Freebase system. The data dumps are complete, general-purpose extracts of the Freebase data in a variety of formats. Freebase releases a fresh data dump every three months. Freebase is an open database of the world’s information, covering millions of topics across hundreds of categories. ...
  • OpenStreetMap Rendering Database

    Offsite — OpenStreetMap is a free editable map of the whole world. OpenStreetMap allows you to view, edit and use geographical data in a collaborative way from anywhere on Earth. This database, usable for tile rendering, map servers, analysis, and visualization, is the OpenStreetMap planet (Planet.osm) in a database cluster: thus it can easily be attached as a new database ...