A list of sources compiled by the 2010 DHO Visualisation workshop organizers

Data Visualisation: Modern Approaches
Digital Narrative Google Group
Digital Research Tools Wiki (DiRT)
Earth Point
Google Earth
Google SketchUp! (3D Modelling)
HyperPo 6.0/HyperPo 7.0 Alpha
IPInfoDB (Free IP address geolocation tools)
Milestones in the History of Thematic Cartography, Statistical Graphics, and Data VisualizationMONK
Open Street Map
SIMILE (Timeline, Exhibit)
Social Networks Visualiser
Sonic Visualiser
Spira Clock (Time as a spiral)
TagCrowd TAPoR (non-portal version: here)
Text Analysis Developers Association (Recipes)
TED Conference Site (Hans Rosling)
Text Arc (Textual Visualisation)
Timelines and Visual Histories
Versioning Machine
Visual Complexity

Gallery of Data Visualisations (Good and Bad)
Information Aesthetics
Perceptual Edge
Pointy-Haired Dilbert
Visual Design & Analysis


Bender-deMoll, S. and McFarland, D. A. The Art and Science of Dynamic Network Visualization. In Journal of Social Structure Volume 7, Number 2 [Link]

Braha, D. and Bar-Yam, Y. From Centrality to Temporary Fame: Dynamic Centrality in Complex Networks. In Complexity 12: 59-36, 2006 [PDF]

Brandes, U., Raab, J. and Wagner, D. Visualizing Social Networks. In Journal of Social Structure Volume 2, Number 4 [Link]

Breiger, R. L. The Analysis of Social Networks in Handbook of Data Analysis, edited by Melissa Hardy and Alan Bryman. London: Sage Publications: 2004. PP. 505–526 [PDF of “Excerpt”s]

Chabris, C.F., & Kosslyn, S.M. Representational correspondence as a basic principle of diagram design In Tergan, S-O., & Keller, T. (Eds.), Knowledge and information visualization: Searching for synergies; Springer: 2005 PP. 36-57 [PDF]

Ebel, H., Davidsen, J., and Bornholdt, S. Dynamics of social networks. In Complexity: 2002 Volume 8, Issue 2 PP. 24-27 [PDF]

Freeman, L. Visualizing Social Networks. In Journal of Social Structure Volume 1, Number 1 [Link]

Few, Stephen. Now You See It: Simple Visualization Techniques for Quantitative Analysis. Analytics Press: 2009.

Friendly, Michael. A Brief History of Data Visualisation. In Handbook of Data Visualisation Part II Springer: 2008, PP. 15 – 56. [PDF] (other papers by Prof. Friendly on graphical methods and the history of graphical representation can be found here)

Fry, Ben. Visualizing Data: Exploring and Explaining Data with the Processing Environment. 2007.

Golbeck, J. Various papers on social networking, trust and the Semantic Web.

Hanneman, R. A. and Riddle, M. Introduction to Social Network Methods Riverside, CA: University of California, Riverside [Online Version] (other books by Prof. Hanneman including ‘Introduction to the Formal Analysis of Social Networks Using Mathematica’ are available here)

Huff, Darrell. How to Lie with Statistics. Penguin: 1991

Lawrence, K. F. The Web of Community Trust – Amateur Fiction Online: A Case Study in Community Focused Design for the Semantic Web. PhD thesis, University of Southampton. [Link]

Lynch, Kevin – Mental Maps - Perceptual Forms of the City

McCarty , C. Structure in Personal Networks . In Journal of Social Structure Volume 3, Number 1 [Link]

Mislove, A., Marcon, M., Gummadi, K. P., Druschel, P., and Bhattacharjee, B. Measurement and analysis of online social networks. In Proceedings of the 7th ACM SIGCOMM Conference on internet Measurement IMC ’07. ACM: 2007 PP. 29-42. [PDF]

Monmonier, Mark S. How to Lie with Maps. Chicago University Press: 1996.

Opsahl, T. and Panzarasa, P., Clustering in Weighted Networks in Social Networks,Volume 31, Issue 2, Elsevier: 2009, PP. 155-163 [ PDF]

Parry, J. Visualization Techniques for Temporal Information [PDF]

Tufte, Edward. The Visual Display of Quantitative Information. Graphics Press USA: 2001.

Tufte, Edward. Envisioning Information. Graphics Press USA: 1990.

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