Cory Mayfield
Cory MayfieldCo-Founder at OpenVisa

What is the most beautiful data-visualisation site you have seen?

I'm looking for inspiration for a project I'm working on, where I display information about statistics about a city. Doesn't have to graphs or charts.
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    Atlas

    Eye-opening charts and data, powered by Quartz 😳

    Tejas Kinger
    Tejas KingerPMM @ Plum | Prev. @ Freshworks Hiver · Written
    Undoubtedly it has to be Atlas by Quartz. Haven't seen a more beautiful data visualisation platform in recent times.
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    The Feltron Annual Report 2014

    The tenth and final Feltron Annual Report

    Leigh Cooper
    Leigh CooperI make videos on the internet! · Written
    All of the Feltron Annual Report inject the fun back into data tracking. It's especially interesting to see how his approach changes year to year, while still keeping the core of data viz intact.
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    MythBusters JS

    A JavaScript Handbook exploring perfomance & readibility.

    Stephen Co
    Stephen CoFounder of Northern Circuits Inc. · Written
    It takes some learning, but check out D3, they have tons of customization available.
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    Gyroscope v3.5

    New Augmented Reality view of your life!

    Tristan Cole
    Tristan ColeCo-founder of Sempo · Written
    Gyroscope really nails data visualization in my opinion. Beautiful, simple and understandable charts and graphs!
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    Plot.ly

    Analyze and visualize data, together.

    Steven Hatzakis
    Steven Hatzakis@ ForexBrokers.com & Fintech Consultant · Written
    I've seen many users take various public APIs and then share their compiled data into a chart that they customized. I used it personally as well and the setup wasn't too technical.
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