It might be a little late for an election infographic, but I thought this was interesting and helpful in visualizing platforms based on words said. It'd be interesting to compare the word content of candidates vs. the elected candidate in office to see if there is consistency.
Useful site showcasing the best data visualization and manipulation tools used for making vector graphics, graphs, and even maps. (Ex. Processing, Raphael, D3 and more).
by Polish designer Paul Marcinkowski.
The artists took an average dictionary and replaced every word (approx21K words) with the first Google Image result for that particular word. Designers Ben West and Felix Heyes explain: “The first (PHP script) takes a text list of dictionary words and downloads each image in sequence. The second script lays them out into columns and outputs a PDF.”
The result is a 1,240-page pic-tionary.
Mapping mortality data in the Crimean War, circa 1858.
This is a visualization of the color of my daughter's bowel movements as her diet changed over the first 20 days of life.Dots are watercolor paint on cotton paper approximating color. More about the change in poop color over the first days is here.
It is built from the ground up to work efficiently and smoothly on both desktop and mobile platforms like iOS and Android, taking advantage of HTML5 and CSS3 on modern browsers. The focus is on usability, performance, small size, A-grade browser support, convention over configuration and an easy-to-use API. The OOP-based code of the library is designed to be modular, extensible and very easy to understand."