Monthly Archives: June 2012

Dex Tutorials and Demonstrations Are Available

I have a few online tutorials that show some basic functionality within Dex which are hosted on YouTube. Tutorial #1 : The Basics Tutorial #2 : Visualizations Tutorial #3 : Useful Components  

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Visualizing Minnesota Education By Race and Gender

The Minnesota State Demographic center created an interesting contest around visualizing the educational attainments of the state.   So I thought that Dex might be useful in producing some visualizations with the data. After looking at the data, I chose … Continue reading

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Sankey Diagrams

I really love Sankey diagrams for showing flow and conveying a sense of proportion.  I just added this facility into Dex, more detail in a later blog entry. Some live examples can be found here: Example 1 Example 2 – … Continue reading

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Dex 0.4 Released!

Dex 0.4 has been released and includes an easier installation as well as the features described in the 2 earlier blogs.  You can download it here.

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Dex 0.4: Stuff I Forgot To Mention

Stuff I Forgot To Mention Last blog post I was in a rush to take my daughter to the movies.  I forgot to mention a few important upcoming additions. Windows Installer Dex 0.4 will have a Windows installer.  After 0.4, … Continue reading

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Upcoming Dex 0.4 Release

What’s New In Dex 0.4 I just thought I’d take some time to cover some of the upcoming changes in Dex 0.4.  There is a handful of new components and a new visualization called the Hive Plot.  However, most of … Continue reading

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