Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Examples of Visualizations

Perhaps someone has already thought about the human brain's propensity to match patterns... if this has happened - would we see a patten in this behavior?  If there was a patten, you think someone would have written a book on the subject.



Five of the most influential data visualization of all time  by Andy Cotgreave, Tableau Software.

The Periodic Table of Visualization Methods (aside: why people abuse the notion of the Periodic table of elements is puzzling to me - it's not just a table with iconic status - it's a predictive model in action; ... meanwhile, back to the visualization methods...) awesome chart with wonderful pop-ups to explain all the visualization methods.



So let's just go right ahead and include the predictive model of Mendeleev's table.


Example of the Periodic Table style applied to Scrum by my friend and colleague KaTe.
by Kate Terlecka
Agile Fluency model by Larsen and Shore - a intro video by James Shore: Your Path through Agile Fluency.








When you're into visual info, books on work processes, wonder and humor... you need a crateful of grateful - bet ya can get it at www.getlit.me here's a sample of Todd's book review info graphics.
Succeeding with Agile Governance

The author Niels Pflaeging has quite a few illustrations in his writings about organizational structures.




Want to visualize what that conference call really looks like - watch this video.


from Tripp and Tyler


Visualize the 5 SOLID class design principles.


Visualize what an org. chart should look like (if it was to be a useful tool; rather than an ego booster):

The secret to Walt Disney's Creativity - an Organigraph.


Visual.ly presents an interactive graphic depicting various sorting algorithms.


Big O notation cheat sheet. "This webpage covers the space and time Big-O complexities of common algorithms used in Computer Science."


The Cockburn project classification scale is a wonderful visualization for viewing projects as a group of activities and then deciding what process might fit around that project well.  I was very impressed the first time a saw Alistair's work on this, and it has stood the test of time.

Brian Marick's testing quadrants -- from a presentation by Lisa Crispin & Janet Gregory (see their book Agile Testing).



Linux (unix) performance management tools and the OS architecture stack.

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