Below you can find a selection of my data visualization work, open source work and other notable projects.
Don't be afraid to use that scrollbar.
MobileVis - Data Visualization on Mobile Devices
Climate Central, Surging Seas Risk Finder (Bocoup)
OpenVis Conf 2013 (Bocoup)
The Miso Project (Bocoup + Guardian Interactive Team)
The Business of US Food Aid (with Guardian Interactive Team)
Somalia Famine - How the World Reacted (with Guardian Interactive Team)
Startup Data Trends - For all your startup data needs
NYTWrites - Exploring The New York Times Authorship
IBM Many Bills: A Visual Bill Explorer
A Day of MBTA
IBM Many Eyes
The New York Times Visualization Lab
Open Source (github)
The Miso Project - Dataset Library
is a collaboration between Bocoup and the Guardian Interactive Team.
A d3.chart based chart that can be used as the basis for all other d3.charts.
It provides convenience functionality like handling dimensions as well as
A collection of svg-based pattern fills that can be used both as SVG patterns defs and CSS background image urls. Also providing an example of how one might use pattern fills with d3.js.
Deck.js Codemirror Extension
This Deck.js extension integrates a codemirror editor into your deck.js slides.
Additionally, it allows the codemirror blocks to be runnable within the slides,
for extreme demo time awesomeness.
Startup Data Trends
Startup Data Trends is an interface to browsing the publicly visible startups on AngelList by any intersection of Market and Geography. It's a Backbone.js application that we open sourced.
I contribute to:
key-value binding and custom events, collections
with a rich API of enumerable functions,
with declarative event handling, and connects it all to your
existing application over a RESTful JSON interface.
Possibly nonsense, most likely fun.
Did you know you can make cake in the microwave in 3 minutes or less?!
This is indeed the closest we will ever get to magic. See some recipes submitted
by folks and submit your own. Nothing is too much for a mugcake.