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August 23, 2011


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The chapter-based flows are better, and it makes the adjacent columns less arbitrary. I wonder (1) whether no white space between paras wouldn't be better and/or (2) whether each paragraph shouldn't be the same vertical length.


Reminds me of a visualization tool that Paul Over here at NIST wrote several years ago, called beadplots, for comparing search rankings. Each document in the ranking got an individually-patterned bead. I love that tool.

Christof Schöch

Looks really interesting! Of course, I wonder how exactly you are creating those things, and what tool(s) you are using?

Henri-Paul Indiogine

Very interesting! How do you do this? I use R,, for my data analysis.

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Definetly remember beadplots. See

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