In the first post of this series I showed how to use Pandas, Seaborn, and Matplotlib to: load a dataset test, clean up, and summarize the data start looking for relationships between variables […]
Introduction At 11:53 am of September 14 2015, Marco Drago, an Italian postdoctoral scientist at the Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics (AKA Albert Einstein Institute) in Hannover, Germany, was the first person to see it: the […]
This is the second post of in a series of collaborative articles about sketch2model, a project from the 2015 Calgary Geoscience Hackathon organized by Agile Geoscience. The first post was […]
Oh, the new, perceptual MatplotLib colormaps….. Here’s one stunning, recent Truecolor image of Pluto from the New Horizons mission: Below, I recolored using two of the new colormaps:
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In Visualization tips for geoscientists: MATLAB, Part III I showed there’s a qualitative correlation between occurrences of antimony mineralization in the southern Tuscany mining district and the distance from lineaments derived […]
Another old model brought back to life. This is the Click on the image below to see the model in action. This is the ternary system quartz – nepheline – […]
In the first post of this series I argued that we should not build colormaps for azimuth (or phase) data by interpolating linearly between fully saturated hues in RGB or HSL space. A first step […]