Timelines

Visualizations of time. Many were taken from Lev Manovich's excellent list he compiled here: http://lab.softwarestudies.com/2012/02/list-of-innovative-visualizations-of.html. There are also many fine timelines (historical ones) on Michael Friendly's http://www.datavis.ca/gallery/timelines.php.


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Timelines

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Beautiful family photo

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population of various cities by continent over time

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Deb Roy: The birth of a word.

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The 100-Year March of Technology in 1 Graph

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Cubism and Abstract Art

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Timeline of Ideas

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World History Timeline

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The Genealogy of Automobile Companies.

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Ward Shelley: Autonomous Art

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The Histomap - a representation of world history visualizing the relative importance of various civilizations, by John Sparks, 1931.

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Aaron Koblin - Flight Patterns (air traffic patterns over the USA, visualized over time)

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Lee Byron: Last.fm listening history

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History Flow. Visualizing the editing history of Wikipedia pages.

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Cinemetrics. Definitely not the first one to do this (a film's color spread over time), but this is apparently one which received attention.

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Movie narrative timeline.

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Rama Hoetzlein's timeline of 20th C. art and new media.

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Charles Minard's 1869 chart showing the losses in men, their movements, and the temperature of Napoleon's 1812 Russian campaign. Lithograph, 62 x 30 cm. Found via Lev Manovich's list of innovative visualizations of temporal processes. lab.softwarestudi...

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Found on Michael Friendly's datavis.ca website. One of a series of beautifully designed, poster-size charts prepared by Larry Gormley and Bill Younker of HistoryShots. This one shows the history of the US political parties from 1892--2005, on a horizontal time scale with details about political events, issues and administrations

Gallery of Data Visualization - Timelines

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