This page gives a collection of links to other data visualization resources I have found useful. It is currently under revision, deleting dead links and adding more modern ones.
- Our Milestones Project gives a comprehensive illustrated history of significant developments in data visualization.
- My course, Psychology of Data Visualization has extensive lecture notes and resources on data visualization, history, graphical perception and producing graphs in R.
- 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 and re-design.
- Kaiser Fung's JunkCharts blog has active discussion of a wide variety of junk charts. Many interesting examples for presentation graphics.
- Seeing Data: A series of research projects about understanding visualizations.
- Info We Trust: Detailed explorations of visualizations by RJ Andrews, including a beautiful visual history of the field.
- FlowingData: Blog by Nathan Yau.
- Information is Beautiful: Blog by David McCandless.
- Data Visualization Checklist: A helpful set of criteria for judging the effectiveness of a graphic.
- Stephen Few's, 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.
- The Golden Age of Graphics page (in Dutch) by Wim Neeleman and Heleen Verhage reviews some of the significant developments listed here as Historical Milestones.
- ScienceGL provides 3D+ software for scientific visualization. Their Gallery page contains many examples and applications.
- 1100+ examples of information visualization from InfoVis.info uses many of our examples and those from other sources.
- The ASA Statistical Graphics Section's Video Library Each of 30+ videos has its own web page, with one or more frames captured as gifs.
- Marc Green's Toward a Perceptual Science of Multidimensional Data Visualization: Bertin and Beyond, re-interprets Bertin's Image Theory in the context of modern psychological perception.
- Tufte Stufte:
- The Data Visualization Gallery Color Picker Page. Some examples of good and bad designs for Color Pickers.