Minimal web application hosting The Gamma script and editor. This is an easy to use example showing all the important features. The web site is a minimal node.js project for simplicity.
The Gamma lets anyone create transparent and open data visualizations that are linked to the original data source and encourages the reader to further explore data.
Static landing page for The Gamma projects with links for the Olympic visualizations project and earlier World Bank Carbon prototypes.
Data services that provide data for The Gamma project. The repository includes data on Olympic medals (exposed as a service) and Pivot service (which powers the grouping, aggregation etc..)
Academic publications about The Gamma project. This includes the Computation+Journalism 2015 paper and assorted work-in-progress writing. Not particularly organised and contributor friendly...
Assorted scripts and other things. Includes work-in-progress web scraper, data extraction for Olympic medalists (linking The Guardian and BBC data) and other random things.
A simple logging service that is used by The Gamma for recording user actions. The service receives data via REST and appends it to a blob in Azure.
Repository with scripts for analyzing user actions. Once there are some user actions, that is. To run the code, you need access to the Azure blob storage with logs.
Service for sharing code snippets that is used by the Olympic medals site. The service can be used for storing and reading (a small number of) shared code snippets in Azure blob.
Repository for general discussion about the project. Start here if you want to open an issue, but you're not sure where it should go!
Standalone build of Babel for use in non-Node.js environments, including browsers. Similar to the (now deprecated) babel-browser.