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Show Real Time Weather Data With Weatherstack Weather Sites, Weather Data, Time And Weather, 7 Day Forecast, Weather Forecast, Le Site, Site Web, Developer Tools, Website Security

What’s the forecast? Answer the question on your website, or in your app, with weatherstack, a freemium API that gives you access to real-time and historical weather information. Weather information can be beneficial for several different website types and applications, but all weather d...

Web Development
Weather Data, Visual Identity Design, Wind Farm, Wind Power, Weather Forecast, Data Visualization, Predictions, Novels

Project Ukko is a novel climate service, visualizing seasonal wind predictions for decision support in the energy sector. Project Ukko is a Future Everything and BSC project for EUPORIAS. Data visualisation by Moritz Stefaner. Based on ECMWF seasonal predictions by RESILIENCE. EUPORIAS is funded by EC FP7 (GA 308291).

Pia Pedersen
Weather Portraits 2014 US Cities infographic poster is Nicholas Rougeux 's project for visualiz... Infographic Poster, Infographics, Data Vizualisation, Weather Patterns, Charts And Graphs, Visualisation, Urban Art, Creative Art, Poster Art

Weather Portraits 2014 US Cities infographic poster is Nicholas Rougeux 's project for visualizing weather data. The poster shows diagrams of daily wind and temperatures during one year for the most populated city in each state. He tried many different ways to visualize his data, a proces

João Ricardo Moreira
Information Visualization, Data Visualization Design, Data Visualisation, Weather Chart, Weather Data, British Library, Big Data, Social Media Strategy Template, Data Map

As much as data can tell us about our planet, rattling off the numbers can often sound like static. An exhibition at the British Library in London is showing how art and design are essential to conveying scientific ideas and statistics.

Mary Richards