- Our Milestones Project gives a comprehensive
illustrated history of significant developments in data visualization.
- Andrew Gelman runs a blog, Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social
Science containing, among other topics useful and important discussions on data visualization.
- Martin Theus has a Statistical Graphics and More Blog with a number of examples of
The Good & the Bad, graphs that could be improved by re-thinking
- Kaiser Fung's JunkCharts blog has active discussion of a wide variety of
- Stephen Few's web page, Perceptual Edge, contains a
collection of articles on intelligent design of graphs and tables, with
nice examples of good and bad design.
- The R
Graph Gallery contains a wonderfull variety of statistical graphics,
some quite innovative, created with R software (together with the R code
that produces them). A great resource.
- InfoVis.net, a
bilingual (Spanish/English) site by Juan Carlos Dürsteler provides an
e-zine with an eclectic array of articles on many aspects of information
visualization and visual design.
- Gary Klass (Illinois State University), Presenting Data: Tabular and graphic display of social
indicators shows a wide range of good and bad charts and tables. He
also maintains a Chart of the Week web site, with many fine examples of charts
which ``speak to the eyes'' and some which don't or lie.
Golden Age of Graphics page (in Dutch) by Wim Neeleman and Heleen Verhage
reviews some of the
significant developments listed here as Historical Milestones.
- Keith Andrews' Information Visualization lecture notes provide many
examples of recent advances in this field.
- OLIVE: On-line
Library of Information Visualization Environments
provides 3D+ software for scientific visualization. Their Gallery page contains many examples and applications.