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visual complexity

collecting examples of visual density and complexity

missing
missingclues are there. if you can visualise what is missing.
time
time time and change
phylogeography
phylogeographyphylogeography
phylogenetic
phylogeneticV1R phylogenetic tree showing that species-specific gene duplications have resulted in “semi-private” V1R repertoires. The tree shows the relationships between predicted protein sequences of 4954 of the V1Rs we identified, including intact genes, sequences that contain inactivating
biotope
biotopebiotopes, by architects
gorgeous
gorgeousgorgeous - but useful?
connections
connectionsconnecting. overview.
multilevel
multilevelpoverty
taxonomy
taxonomy..of architecture
taxonomy
taxonomytaxonomy of architecture
bantjes
bantjesunmistakably bantjes.
mapping
mappingmapping in time and space
excuse me?
excuse me?IBMs "many faces". the worse visualisations i have seen in a long time.
ehrm
ehrmIBMs "many faces". incredibly bad visuals.
evolution
evolutiongeophylo
feline evolution
feline evolutionfeline evolution
gapminder
gapmindergapminder - really quite good! http://www.gapminder.org/
gapminder
gapmindergapminder - works surprisingly well!  http://www.gapminder.org/
Evolution
Evolution..evolution, from the view of humans
mapping space
mapping spacemapping the void ..
periodic table
periodic tablemapping the known, showing the unknown.
NY subway
NY subwaywhat map would be best?
titanic
titanicwho, of what sex, in what class, survived or died at the sinking of the titanic?
map bonanza
map bonanzathe more maps the better? quite information dense, but WHAT is going on with the typography?! :-S
ChartHumanCanineEvolution
ChartHumanCanineEvolutionchart comparing human and canine evolution.. interesting for the paralells.
genetics
geneticsgenetics by python
evolution
evolutiontree
human evolution--
human evolution--and chimps..
hominid brain
hominid brainhominid brain
phylogenetic
phylogenetictree of life