Fun Maps: 24 Hour Breathing Map of Manhattan’s Population. Joey Cherdarchuk of Dark Hose Analytics uses Census and Bureau of Labour statistics to chart the organic life of Manhattan's live/work population.
The past has a long history of imagining the future, and humanity has an equally long history of mapping time. Several months ago, I shared a link to a timeline of future events as predicted by famous novels. Italian information visualization designer Giorgia Lupi saw it on Twitter and was inspired to create an ambitious visual version for La Lettura, the Sunday literary supplement of Italian newspaper Corriere Della Sera, with her design team at Accurat.
Bob Troia: 1 month of location data in NYC using a Processing sketch for visualizing data from the Moves iPhone app (from a collection of quantified self visualizations presented at the QS 2013 conference)
How visualising data has changed life… and saved lives
David El Achkar: This is my life during the past six months. Each square = 15 minutes. Each column = 1 day. This picture represents 138 days or activities (from a collection of quantified self visualizations presented at the QS 2013 conference)