December 1, 2013 at 11:11am
If you’ve always fancied trying your hand at data visualization but never really known where to start, Raw might just be the answer: a free tool designed to create vector-based visualizations from data that’s sat in a humble old spreadsheet.
I like it. Not only a good intro to data visualisation, but also good for data explorations. Going to take time to learn more about Sankey diagrams as well as a result of this.
when in doubt.. running man
October 29, 2013 at 12:13pm
A new program could solve CAPTCHAs with near-100 percent accuracy.
Social media monitoring is a growing industry but one that is stuck in its old ways. And in need a of a urgent re-think.
Since it emerged 15 years ago, the industry has been largely responsible for driving some of the most interesting evolutions in the research space, such as the …
September 5, 2013 at 12:31pm
September 1, 2013 at 3:30pm
It’s in part because of factory cities like Yiwu that Etsy, an online marketplace that specializes in handcrafted goods, has become so successful. Since launching in 2005, Etsy has ridden an Internet-powered counter-industrial revolution, adding a personal and DIY touch to goods—everything from sweaters to Christmas ornaments. Craftsmakers have fled to Etsy to escape the price-cutting effects of big-box stores and their walls of factory-made products.
Listening Is An Art.
To kick off our coverage of Edinburgh 2013, Guardian Guide challenge stars of the festival fringe to find the funny by adding captions to some pleasingly random pictures