Data visualization of weather over San Jose on Nov 19, 1997, via this very interesting article on color in data visualizations.
Random walk using part of the first chromosome of the human genome (top image is the first 10k data points, bottom is the first 20k).
- A = up, T = right, C = down, G = left
- Start in center
- If position walks offscreen, wrap around the other side
- Color is mapped from very light gray at the start to black at the end (layering the image to show time – looks surprisingly like marble)
Made as a possible level-generator.
The entire human chromosome #1, with A, C, T, and G color coded and rendered as individual pixels. Created with Processing using data via Project Gutenberg.
Simulated particle collisions within CERN, via Wired.
Some kind of patent on color grouping, via FreePatentsOnline.
Video still of crop visualization of barley and wheat from satellite imagery – created by NASA in the 1960s!