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Area 49 Resources

Lists of programs for developing nontraditional projects and examples


Visualizations give visual depictions of information that would otherwise be in alphabetic or numeric form. These visual representations convey information quickly and thematically in ways that viewers can easily understand. Visualizations can be interactive, but many are static and unmoving. Visualizations can also be quite colorful and inviting and look like infographics, but they can also take the form of more traditional charts and graphs.


For examples, take a look at the sub-page, Visualization Examples.

Intermediate Programs