Renewable energy debates can suffer obfuscation through abstraction and disingenuous allegations like renewable is limited in it’s generation times. For example, wind power is often argued to be useless because we cannot control the wind. We can’t control it, but we can predict it.
To demonstrate the effectiveness of wind power in the UK a . . . → Read More: Things Are Good: Visualizing Energy Generated from Wind
Last weekend I helped host an Open Data Day in Vancouver. With the generous support of Domain7, who gave us a place to host talks and hack, over 30 Vancouverites braved the sleet and snow to spend the day sharing ideas and working on projects. We had opening comments from Andy Yan – whose may . . . → Read More: eaves.ca: Great Hacks from the Open Data in Vancouver
If you haven’t seen it yet, Glen Newton has done some really awesome visualizations of Canada’s energy production/consumption data. Here’s a version I “edited”:
What is cool is that, what I mean when I say “edited” is that any of the colour bars can be dragged vertically, so one can move around the components . . . → Read More: eaves.ca: Visualizing Open Energy Data in Canada
The Ottawa Citizen has a great story today about an advert by Enbridge (the company proposing to build a oil pipeline across British Columbia) that includes a “broadly representational” map that shows prospective supertankers steaming up an unobstructed Douglas Channel channel on their way to and from Kitimat – the proposed terminus of the pipeline.
. . . → Read More: eaves.ca: Lying with Maps: How Enbridge is Misleading the Public in its Ads
You know, really never know what the web is going to throw at you next. The great people over at Stamen Design (if you’ve never heard of Stamen you are really missing out – they are probably the best data visualization company I know) have created a watercolor version of Google Maps.
Because they . . . → Read More: eaves.ca: Beautiful Maps – Google Maps in Water Colours
Check out a speech given by Britian’s most senior Catholic.
Filed under: Education Tagged: Fallacy, Logic, Visualization
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