I’ve just given my talk on Visualizing Software Quality at the Pacific Northwest Software Quality Conference. The following links are resources from my talk. If necessary, I’ll add more to them later. I’m not posting my slides because, well, most of it’s already on my blog. Don’t feel you’ve lost much from not seeing them because I didn’t use any bullet points at all. I’m happy to address any questions or issues in the comments.
Update: Today I presented at Adobe and showed off the really awesome Newsmap This treemap has a very interesting “about” page that I hope you will also peruse. Playing with the filters on the newsmap is also a fascinating exploration of what types of news stories are popular in the media of different countries.
Edward Tufte – The Visual Display of Quantitative Information
Stephen B. Johnson – The Ghost Map
Panopticon invented this visualization, so I’d ask them about it.
Here is Stephen Few’s blogpost on the subject.