Monthly Archives: January 2012

Ghost Counties part of exhibition in Foosaner Art Museum, Melbourne FL

I am honored that my Ghost Counties visualization will be part of an exhibition entitled The Art of Networks that will be on view between March 8-April 8, 2012 at the Foosaner Art Museum in Melbourne, Florida. The exhibit will open on March 8th as a parallel event to the 3rd Workshop on Complex Networks, CompleNet 2012, hosted by the Department of Computer Sciences at Florida Institute of Technology.

In total there will be 14 recent visualizations on networks representing data from different fields, from social networks and migrations to speech cognition and housing issues in the US. The visualizations will be presented both in static and dynamic media: large print formats on the walls and short movies in two computers inside the gallery space.

If you’re in the neighborhood, be sure to drop by!

New website:

I am releasing a new professional website at Except for the blog, the pages of this website at will soon be deactivated. I want to use primarily as my blog. So no worries if you’re doing the D3 tutorials, the blog remains untouched! If you find any peculiarities with the new site, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

In the meantime I am working on quite some interesting visualization projects, but I am unable to share much of it, as these projects are internally used with confidential data. Soon I’ll publish a personal project I’m working.