Tracking global activity, sewing data into you shirt sleeves and a band that visualised their music - it could only be the Big Data Roundup.
Hunting cleaner air, safer streets, and Alaskan fried chicken? The Big Data Roundup drills an exploratory hole into the pipeline of today's most interesting and irreverent data news. #bigdata #roundup
What makes us happy? What do we hate? How far are we going? And how far we've gone... Rounding up the data dispatches to find the answers. #Bigdata #Roundup
There's a gold rush on as we amass ever more data in search of the nugget of insight that makes all the difference. And our data gold is just as beautiful. #BigData
As we sit down to a gluttony of data, we give thanks for the trends and hidden value we glean from it, and remember not everyone can be so lucky
Making sweet music with data, the teachings of poo, mapping our changing skies and how our every interaction is connected... Joined-up data. #bigdata #Roundup
Problem-solving data. Charting gender imbalance, mapping hyper-local pollution, and comparing the price-to space ratio of global rent.
Spooky costumes, brains and frightening figures… It must be #Halloween. Launch yourself into cosmic #dataviz, scarily #bigdata and a dystopian #analytics reality #Frightgeist
Take in a timeline of iconic data visualisations; find the opportunity to fundamentally change what urban life can be; and learn the lessons that slow data can teach us.
Data drives better decisions. But can it create smarter societies, spot global trends, and answer our most pressing questions... like who's the most important GoT characters? #bigdata #dataviz #GoT
Bringing a Galaxy far, far away, much, much closer and visualising the stars of screen... Charting the Big Data stars and another world of discovery. #BigData
Pizza or privacy, really personal payments, comic strip dataviz and rescuing a treasure trove of data from UK's highest mountain. Some eclectic data sources
Explaining the chaos, spotting trends before they happen and driving growth - all common ground for data analysis. #dataviz
outdo us. But we still prefer human fallibility