Jacob Kaplan-Moss

9 items tagged “graph”

📌 NVD3.js :: re-usable charts for d3.js #
📌 Rickshaw: A JavaScript toolkit for creating interactive time-series graphs #
📌 obfuscurity.

“An awesome collection of examples for using D3 and general visualization work. Pro: You don’t have to scour the web for these yourself. Con: It’s unlikely you’ll ever fully consume all the awesome.” #

📌 Titan

Holy crap a graph database with a license that means I can actually use it! #

📌 stevedekorte's vertexdb at master - GitHub

Graph database built on top of Tokyo Cabinet. Young, but has an un-fucked-up (BSD) license. #

📌 Timetric: making sense of statistics

A platform for storing, updating, and embedding time series analysis data. Complete with a (very good) API, OpenID support, nice looking graphs, etc. Really quite cool. #

📌 prefuse | interactive information visualization toolkit

Nifty looking dataviz toolkit. Some overlap with Processing, it seems, but there’s also a bunch of graph/node stuff in Prefuse that looks neat. It’s Java, unfortunatly, but maybe that’ll be a good excuse to try out the recent advances in Jython. #

📌 Brad's Thoughts on the Social Graph

Tackling social network portability. If anyone can solve this nasty problem it’ll be Brad. #

📌 snakefood: Python Dependency Graphs

For a while now I’ve been talking up the new things Python 2.5’s AST will allow; this is just the tip of a very exciting iceberg. #