June 22, 2010

All the Data That’s Fit to Visualize – SOURCE Boston 2008

Category: Visualization — Raffael Marty @ 1:00 pm

I was giving a talk at SOURCEBoston 2008. The topic this time was general visualization and what has gone wrong in security visualization in the past. I showed how we can learn and steal from other disciplines, in this case, the New York Times. The NYT has done some pretty fantastic work in the area of data visualization. Their interactive market map, for example, is a great way of exploring stock data. During the talk, I outlined some of the design principles that the NYT graphics department is using when they are designing their graphs: Show – Don’t Tell.

To start my presentation, I showed a little video about security visualization (see below).

Security Visualization – Gone Wrong

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