Guardian Data Blog
The FactMint Researcher was used to create a collection of heat-maps for the Guardian Data Blog’s London: The Data series. The heat-maps, which used open-data around the 2008 Mayoral Election, were used to demonstrate the voting tendencies for different geographic and social areas.
The visualization proved very popular with Guardian readers, most read on the UK News section and top of the “Zeitgeist” for most of the 24 hours after it was published.
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- Doing a bit of research into people's intuition when categorizing things. would love it if you took 3 min to take part. http://t.co/QH46ShQG #, 2012/09/06
- Hey @markking1974! @emily_church told us she talk to you about our project. Would love show... It's all about making the #SemWeb accessible. #, 2012/05/11
- Following the excitement of the @Guardian viz we launched today, I thought I'd have a go at some data analytics myself: http://t.co/rf4oXKxX #, 2012/04/12
- The debate is still raging in the comments around our viz for the @guardian. http://t.co/DU1CSORG #datajournalism #semweb #opendata #, 2012/04/12