Category Archives: Data Analysis and Visualization
(read Part 1 here) I have seen it many times while watching chess commentators (typically, Grandmasters of the highest level) performing game analysis in real time. These GMs will be considering different possibilities for both sides and, infrequently, when the … Continue reading
A couple of days ago, I met Dan Richardson, a CEO of a Boulder startup called helixtime.io. Dan’s company is working on a new interesting way to represent time and events over time in one, beautiful, interactive visualization in the … Continue reading
Below is an interesting way to present the Periodic Table of Elements (or, The Mendeleev’s Table). Each element is presented with the year and the flag of the country in which it was discovered (click to enlarge). It is interesting … Continue reading
This post is not about deadly volcanos, swamps, jungles, mountains, or deserts. It is about countries and cities and the crime rates at those places. First, let us look at the “crime index” map of the world from Numbeo … Continue reading
Brief video below shows what happens when we combine the Industrial IoT (IIOT) with Augmented and Virtual Reality (AR/VR). Interestingly, a lot of this is already possible and being productized today!
In my previous post, I wrote about how the lichess.org platform can detect and reprimand cheaters who play online by using strong chess programs to win. When lichess.org detects cheating by comparing moves actually made with the top moves recommended by … Continue reading
AR and VR are a couple of related fascinating fast-growing areas of technology and business. These areas are now attracting lots of attention from the leading tech companies and investors. According to CBInsights: Recently, Facebook and Apple have reportedly been allocating more than 1000 … Continue reading