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Limits of small multiples.

A quick (and dirty) experiment using generative graphs (aren't they all generative though?) to track the visual limits of small multiples using bar graphs. At what point do the individual charts lose their individual meaning and blend back into a single collective image/pattern?

I also like the retro colour / feel of the later versions.

Images

Screen output from Bar Chart Small Multiples Test

Screen output from Bar Chart Small Multiples Test

Screen output from Bar Chart Small Multiples Test

Screen output from Bar Chart Small Multiples Test

Screen output from Bar Chart Small Multiples Test

Screen output from Bar Chart Small Multiples Test

Screen output from Bar Chart Small Multiples Test

Screen output from Bar Chart Small Multiples Test

Screen output from Bar Chart Small Multiples Test

Screen output from Bar Chart Small Multiples Test

Screen output from Bar Chart Small Multiples Test

Screen output from Bar Chart Small Multiples Test

Screen output from Bar Chart Small Multiples Test

Further ideas

  • I'd like to use some dimensions of perlin noise space in generating the bar charts.
  • Animation, always animation.

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