Filed under: Analytics, Statistics, Technology, Visualisation, Web Analytics | Tags: Google's Browser Size
One issue web designers face is ensuring that they keep their important content “above the fold”
You don’t want users to have to scroll down to see the hottest story or a call to action.
Browser Size helps with this, by visualising just what percentage of the Internet-browsing population can see a certain part of your page.
This is related not only to screen resolution, but also how large people keep their browser windows.
Filed under: Algorithms, Statistics | Tags: Gaming Machines, Pokies, Slots
Filed under: Behavioural Targeting, Data, Datarati, Visualisation | Tags: Nebul.us
Nebul.us is an online application, currently in private beta, that aggregates and visualises your online activity.
Enter your information for Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, etc and install a plugin in Firefox to record your browsing behavior.
Get something that looks like the above, sort of a donut-polar area chart hybrid. Nebul.us calls it a cloud.