If you’re planning to catch the U.S. presidential debates tonight, you should have a second screen open and a browser pointed to ReConstitution 2012, a web application that we collaborated on with Sosolimited for The Creators Project. ReConstitution 2012 is a live deconstruction of the presidential debates. It scrapes the closed caption data from the […]

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A week or so ago we got some exciting news — The Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) is releasing an incredible dataset about the usage of Hubway Bicycles that collects more than half a million rides! Not only is the data being released, but along with it a Visualization Challenge has been announced here. Our […]

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When analyzing and visualizing a new dataset, you’ll often find yourself working with data over time. Most software assumes that the data in a time series is collected at regular intervals, without gaps in the data: while this is usually true of data collected in a laboratory experiment, this assumption is often wrong when working […]

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Yesterday marked an exciting moment for myself and Bocoup. I spent the day at the White House Safety Data Jam in Washington, D.C., as part of the launch of the new Safety Data Initiative. As one of a group of 40 participants, I was invited to join other top technologists in the country as well […]

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Over the past 3 months Bocoup has been working closely with the Guardian Interactive team on the Miso Project, a set of open source libraries designed to expedite and simplify the creation of data-driven interactive content. We are excited to announce the release of the first of these libraries called Dataset. You can see the […]

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We are excited to announce a new web application for exploring AngelList Data that we’ve been working on with our friends at Atlas Venture and AngelList: Startup Data Trends → We built this application with Backbone.js and the Backbone Boilerplate on top of the new AngelList REST data API. We used Jake and Capistrano for […]

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Augmented Reality: using JSARToolkit with WebGL & HTML5 Video Last week I spent some time running tests and generally familiarizing myself with the JSARToolkit code. I also built a JavaScript wrapper for the library to make it easier to use. JSARToolkit is a JavaScript library converted from FLARToolkit (Flash), and is developed for tracking AR […]

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Today, Newsweek.com launched its brand new Career Tree Visualization tool (link now defunct, but check out this demo visualization of Barack Obama’s career), which was developed at Bocoup. Career Tree is a vector based RaphaelJS/Burst visualization of your career – you can activate it by connecting with your LinkedIn account or by filling out a […]

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