Visualizing Meteorite Landings using Brushing and Filtering
- "Investigating Meteorite Landings with Filtering and Brushing" by Erik S. V. Jansson (2016) for "Information Visualization"
index.html. No need to open a
localhost server or stuff like that as there is no node.js crap here (thank god).
Use the mouse to drag the map around, and scroll to zoom in/out. You can press the meteorite classes and masses to filter by that value, press it again to disable the filter. You can drag a range in the timeline in the bottom of the page to filter by time of impact, which filters the results further. Hovering over a meteorite impace will give you more information about it, such as name/class/mass. The rest you can probably figure out on your own.
d3 for drawing and
The "Meteorite Landings" dataset belongs to NASA, and is being used for research purposes, I don't claim any sort of ownership of it. I also don't claim ownership of any libraries that are bundled with the webapp, such as d3. The favicon is under the public domain (see the license).