I’ve always wanted to write a book, at least I think I’ve always wanted to. There are lots of reasons: the new challenge, the satisfaction and “legacy” of a physical publication, and, specifically, a productive use of my time during a difficult year or two as I enter the second half of my first decade […]
How do you create 31 visualisations in a month?
Some might say, the question should be “Why …” – and I don’t have an answer to that, other than to describe my thought processes from my last post, on the first day of May, where I set myself this challenge. A visualisation a day, all on the theme of one album. Did I complete […]
How can we visualise decimal numbers?
As a mathematician, I’ve always been interested in numbers and patterns between them. So many mathematical formulas, numbers and concepts can be “explained”, or at least shown visually, that I was tempted to create data visualisations (or, if you prefer, data art) based on numbers and their patterns. One of my first fun mathematical facts […]