Tag Archives: wordle

Infographic reveals most common word used in 2010’s top pop songs as… “OH”

Part of this blog is about creating our own infographics, which I’ve done previously. What I haven’t done yet though is produce a Wordle. The site allows the user to input any text and it automatically produces an infographic displaying … Continue reading

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TUC Anti-Cuts March

As you will have seen and read, the peaceful anti-cuts protest that took place in London over the weekend descended into what is now becoming expected: violence, thuggery and vandalism. What is perhaps more controversial than the actions of a … Continue reading

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Budget 2011 as a Wordle

A while back I posted an article about the beauty of wordles and how they are useful in dissecting data that is mostly word-based. Following my recent attempt to create a bubble chart, I decided to try and create a … Continue reading

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Going meta

We’ve gone data-crazy and made an infographic based on the entry for ‘Information Graphics’ on Wikipedia. Check it out:   As you can see, the words ‘information’ and ‘graphic’ feature a lot. But what’s more interesting is that, if you … Continue reading

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In praise of the wordle!

Infographics are not new. Think back to your school days and you will remember being taught how to make pie charts or bar graphs to represent data more visually. This was always the case for numerical data – maths offers … Continue reading

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