For some time now I’ve wanted to branch out beyond static and video infographics and dabble in interactive, programming-based visualizations. There’s a lot of options out there, but rather than try to decide which was best, I finally just decided to jump in and start learning Processing. While looking for tutorials, I came across this video from Lynda.com that’s not only an overview of what can be done in Processing, but a nice historical overview of data visualization in general.
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