Monthly Archives: October 2013

Checking In

Ok, figured I would check in. I have had pretty good success with combining Angular, Angular-UI, Bootstrap-UI, JQuery, JQueryUI to provide a pretty solid mockup for the dynamic drawing editor demonstrated by Bret Victor back in February 2013. I really … Continue reading

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More small steps

Since last week, I have made a bit of progress in what I hope will become a realization of the dynamic drawing editor demonstrated by Bret Victor. I have made a small course correction in the past week.  I have … Continue reading

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Big Dreams : Small Steps

In yesterday’s post, I was talking about Bret Victor’s amazing demonstration of Dynamic Visualizations.  Between my family obligations I managed to multitask and squirrel enough time away for a few of my technical objectives: Select a MVC framework.  For now, … Continue reading

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Damn you Bret Victor!

Just kidding.  He is brilliant and I love the guy.  I love him much in the same way that Neo loved Morpheus for giving him the red pill in the popular science fiction movie “The Matrix”. Until Bret’s talk about … Continue reading

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Sankey Updates

I have a few more Sankey updates. More aspects of the Sankey are configurable (Text, Nodes, Links, etc…). Configuration options can be controlled via value or function. Paths highlight from end to end for a relation.  This makes is much … Continue reading

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DexCharts : Sankey Update

I am taking a small break from the series on small multiples to release an updated version of DexCharts. Software atrophies, and things which were working at one time, broke over time.  Mostly due to small changes in foundation frameworks … Continue reading

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Small Multiples : Part 2 : Dendrogram Multiples

As promised, in this article I will demonstrate small multiples using dendrograms.  Dendrogram is derived from the Greek word “dendron” (which means “tree”) and “gamma” (which means “drawing”).  It literally means tree-drawing. I’m not sure why we feel the need … Continue reading

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