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Notes from Visualizing Europe event, 14th June 2011

**The following post is from [Jonathan Gray](http://jonathangray.org/), Community Coordinator at the [Open Knowledge Foundation](http://okfn.org/).** Last week I participated in an event called [Visualizing Europe](http://www.visualizing.org/visualizingeurope) organised by the folks at [visualizing.org](http://www.visualizing.org/) in association with the [Open Knowledge Foundation](http://www.okfn.org) and [Infosthetics](http://infosthetics.com/). There were lots of really interesting talks and demos on data visualisation projects from across Europe […]

Visualizing Europe, Brussels, 14th June 2011

**The following post is from [Jonathan Gray](http://jonathangray.org/), Community Coordinator at the [Open Knowledge Foundation](http://okfn.org/).** Next week some of Europe’s leading information designers and data visualisation experts will descend on Brussels for a one-day event showcasing projects and applications which visually represent Europe’s data. The event is organised by [Visualizing.org](http://www.visualizing.org/) in association with the [Open Knowledge […]

Europe’s Energy: a new mini-app to put the European energy targets into context

**The following post is from [Jonathan Gray](http://jonathangray.org/), Community Coordinator at the Open Knowledge Foundation.** If you hang around any of the Open Knowledge Foundation’s [many mailing lists](http://lists.okfn.org/mailman/listinfo), or if you [follow us](http://twitter.com/#!/okfn) (or [any of](http://twitter.com/#!/jwyg) [our](http://twitter.com/#!/rufuspollock) [people](http://twitter.com/#!/pudo)) [on Twitter](http://twitter.com/#!/okfn) you may have noticed that we’ve been quietly working very hard on something recently. That ‘something’ […]

Design Meets Data, Berlin, 29th November 2010

We’re helping to organise an event (hopefully a series of events!) about data visualisation in Berlin later this November. We started doing workshops on open source visualisation technologies [in London a few years ago](http://wiki.okfn.org/OpenVisualisation/Workshop) and hope to pick up with more activity in this area very soon! If you’re interested in keeping in getting involved, […]

Debategraph

The following guest post is from David Price, co-founder of Debategraph, a debate tool for visually representing complex debates. Debategraph provides a novel way for geographically dispersed groups to collaborate in real-time in thinking through complex issues. It does so by enabling groups of any size to externalise, visualize, question, and evaluate all of the […]