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Source code | By Gehlenborg Lab/Harvard Medical School
Viv is a library for multiscale visualization of high-resolution, highly multiplexed bioimaging data on the web. It directly renders data in Bio-Formats-compatible Zarr and OME-TIFF formats. Avivator is a lightweight image viewer that showcases the capabilities of Viv. The development of Viv and Avivator was supported with funding from the National Institutes of Health and Harvard University.
Source code | by Ilya Boyandin
Flowmap.blue is a free tool for representing aggregated numbers of movements between geographic locations as flow maps. It is used to visualize urban mobility, commuting behavior, bus, subway and air travels, bicycle sharing, human and bird migration, refugee flows, freight transportation, trade, supply chains, scientific collaboration, epidemiological and historical data and many other topics.
Simulating the 2016 Primary
by Andrew Pulcipher
An interactive visualization of the 2016 Presidential primary election in Maricopa County that uses polling place operations research to simulate election day lines and voter walkoffs in real time.
The Bad Bet
Data journalists use deck.gl to visualize how the revenue generated by video gambling machines in Illinois grow over time and how those revenues failed to meet the projections of legislators.
by Microsoft | GitHub | Demo
SandDance helps you find insights about your data with unit visualizations and smooth animated transitions. It uses deck.gl to render chart layouts described with Vega.
GitHub | Example map
Kepler.gl is a powerful web-based geospatial data analysis tool. Built on a high performance rendering engine and designed for large-scale data sets.