Articles by Dimiter Toshkov

Visualizing asylum statistics

May 30, 2014 | Dimiter Toshkov

Note: of potential interest to R users for the dynamic Google chart generated via googleVis in R and discussed towards the end of the post. Here you can go directly to the graph. An emergency refugee center, opened in September … Continue reading → [Read more...]

Swimming in a sea of code

March 28, 2013 | Dimiter Toshkov

If you are looking for code here, move on. __ In the beginning, there was only the relentless blinking of the cursor. With the maddening regularity of waves splashing on the shore: blink, blink, blink, blink…Beyond the cursor, the white wasteland … Continue reading → [Read more...]

Music Network Visualization

December 11, 2012 | Dimiter Toshkov

Note: probably of interest only to the intersection of the readers who are into niche music genres and those interested in network visualization. My music interests have always been rather, hmm…, eclectic. Somehow IDM, ambient, darkwave, triphop, acid jazz, bossa … Continue reading → [Read more...]

Visualizing left-right government positions

March 19, 2012 | Dimiter Toshkov

How does the political landscape of Europe change over time? One way to approach this question is to map the socio-economic left-right positions of the governments in power. So let’s plot the changing ideological  positions of the governments using data … Continue reading → [Read more...]

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