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This was based on a Tableau visualization he created, which you can find here. Alas, since pages do not work when Tableau visualizations are published, it doesn’t animate, but it’s still very cool and worth checking out. And I kept going, in the end creating a total of eight different pieces of Pi art (pun intended!). Chris Love even pitched in, adding a slight variation to my original circular visual. So, now I had a total of nine different visuals, but I still hadn’t attempted to create the one which so inspired me in the first place. In all honesty,

I was having so much fun creating these that I think I just wanted to let the creative juices keep flowing, knowing that the curves were going to be much more complex than the straight lines. But, now I was out of ideas, so I figured I’d better get to work on those curves.
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infographic by: www.kenflerlage.com

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The Beauty of Pi #infographic

The Beauty of Pi

This was based on a Tableau visualization he created, which you can find here. Alas, since pages do not work when Tableau visualizations are published, it doesn’t animate, but it’s still very cool and worth checking out. And I kept going, in the end creating a total of eight different pieces of Pi art (pun intended!). Chris Love even pitched in, adding a slight variation to my original circular visual. So, now I had a total of nine different visuals, but I still hadn’t attempted to create the one which so inspired me in the first place. In all honesty,

I was having so much fun creating these that I think I just wanted to let the creative juices keep flowing, knowing that the curves were going to be much more complex than the straight lines. But, now I was out of ideas, so I figured I’d better get to work on those curves.
The Beauty of Pi #infographic



infographic by: www.kenflerlage.com

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