At the end of each month I pull together a collection of links to some of the most relevant, interesting and useful articles I’ve come across during the previous month. If you follow me on Twitter you will see many of these items tweeted as soon as I find them. Here’s the latest collection from November 2010:

Fathom | Video of Ben Fry talk at UX Week in San Francisco | Link

Visualology | The Gestalt of Slides | Link

Data Pointed | 'Measuring The Universe' - Roman Ondák's living infographic | Link

Imperica | Stefanie Posavec on the process of visualising data | Link

Dynamic Diagrams | Science visualizations way small and way big | Link

BBC | Diagrams that changed the world | Link

Guardian | Analysing data is the future for journalists, says Tim Berners-Lee | Link

Flowing Data | Tutorial on how to make bubble charts | Link

Visual Eyes | Introducing Visualeyes - a web-based authoring tool to weave images, maps, charts, video and data into highly interactive and compelling dynamic visualizations | Link

Fell In Love With Data | Video Interview: JD Fekete talks about Jacques Bertin | Link

New York Times | The Opinionator Blog - Stories vs. Statistics | Link

Infosthetics | Visualizing data using long-time exposure photos | Link

Perceptual Edge | Unit charts are for kids | Link

Infosthetics | Impure: a new visualization programming language for non-programmers | Link

10,000 Words | 8 creative ways to use RSS feeds | Link

Wired | 80 gigapixels of London's skyline | Link

Excel Charts | Consistent dashboard design: write a simple sentence | Link

Creative Review | New York magazine: data done right (Ed - or is it?) | Link

Don Norman's JND | Looking Back, Looking Forward | Link

Drawar | Don't call it minimalism | Link

Flowing Data | Format and clean your data with Google Refine | Link

Nieman Journalism Lab | Mario Garcia’s path to better designed newspapers | Link | How We Visualized 4.3 Million Votes | Link

Lars' Notes | Slides of InfoVis 2010 presentation "How Information Visualization Novices Construct Visualizations" | Link

LSR Online | How visualization is being used in Leicestershire to inform policy | Link

Flowing Data | Open thread: How do you start working on a data graphic? | Link

Eager Eyes | Part two of Robert Kosara's interview with Swivel "Part 2: Solving A Single Problem" | Link

Flowing Data | Guest post by Joan DiMicco "Telling Stories with Data, A VisWeek 2010 Workshop" | Link

Noisy Decent Graphics | The history of the colour wheel | Link

Drawar | The solo freelance designer's plateau dilemma | Link

Mapping America: More visualisation brilliance from NYT
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