Visualising the World Cup 2010 (part 3)

Following the popularity of my recent posts about visualisations and information designs relating to the World Cup, here is a third instalment. I wasn’t intending to produce a third collection, because you can only get so much mileage from the same subject matter, however, I’ve been lucky to have received many additional suggestions.

Visualising the World Cup 2010 (Part 2)

Following the popularity of the Visualising the World Cup 2010 post I published last week, here is something of a sequel presenting a whole host of further examples. Many thanks to all who submitted comments, tweets and sent me emails with suggested links to some of the items displayed below.

Visualising the World Cup 2010 (Part 1)

Over the past couple of years we have experienced a number of key world events and stories that have triggered vast amounts of data and information outputs – the US elections, the financial crisis, Haiti earthquake, UK elections and the Iceland volcano are just a few that spring to mind.

Best of the visualisation web… April 2010

Here are some of the most relevant, interesting and useful articles I’ve come across during April 2010. I don’t necessarily agree with all the principles, opinions or advice presented in these links but sometimes consuming such information can only help enhance your knowledge on a subject:

Best of the visualisation web… February 2010

As I have mentioned several times before, my post strategy for this blog aims to minimise lazy repackaging and regurgitating of posts from other sites. It gets very boring when you end up reading about the same article several times across different sites and so I don’t want to add to this.