Visualization Methods

   Posted by: wkossen   in Uncategorized

There are lots of ways to visualize information, concepts, thoughts and systems. In fact there are probably near endless ways to do so. I use some in my day2day work like mindmaps, tree-diagrams and network-infrastructure-maps. I have been using some UML related diagrams and all sorts of layered architectural maps. however, I’ve not used even 10% of available techniques.

I very recently (today) found a website that gives an overview of a lot of available visualization methods in a visual form that is appealing. In fact, visualization techniques within a periodic table. I found this site as it was added to Twine.com, a site I am a member of since quite some time and that does come up with great stuff from time to time. This was one of those moments. In fact, this is a new site, but I wanted to share it with you anyways…

Let’s give you the URL now: Periodic table of visualization methods. I would certainly give this site a 10 out of 10. You might, too… If you find methods not listed there, let me know!

I hope you like this post.

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