Data visualization

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By bladmin
We helped The Association for Cultural Enterprises to build a bench-marking application to help deliver core retail skills to its 180 accredited museums and heritage sites.
By Matt Rogers
Background The aim of this project – still under development – is to develop a data visualisation application. It must be multi-purpose, able to be used again and again, and to display datasets in innovative and interesting ways. The data visualisations must be accessible to all web users and easy to share. The datasets could be from big data, live data, or website data.
Closing the gender gap
By John Durance
Recently, a friend from my running group sent me a link to a TED talk titled: Are we born to run? One of the points the speaker makes is that at shorter distances, such as over a mile, women are much slower runners than men, but as distances get longer women get much closer to parity with men.