At the end of each month I pull together a collection of links to some of the most relevant, interesting or thought-provoking web content I’ve come across during the previous month. If you follow me on Twitter you will see many of these items shared as soon as I find them.

Here’s part two of the latest collection from June 2012 (see part one):

Eager Eyes | Famous information graphic design, Nigel Holmes, discusses his key influences | Article

Vision of Humanity | Geographic visualisation of the 2012 'Global Peace Index' | Interactive Visualisation

Fast Co. Design | '10 Steps To Designing An Amazing Infographic' | Article

Responsive Environments | Generative Systems : A Paradigm for Modelling Complex Adaptive Architecture | Article

Juice Analytics | 'Introducing Chart Chooser v2!' - the folks at Juice give the popular chooser a lick of paint | Chart Gallery | Guest article by Jan Willem Tulp 'The Process of Creating Data Visualizations' | Article

Chart Porn | How colourblind are you? Enjoyable (but intensive) online test | Interactive

Vimeo | The Eyeo Festival 2012 vimeo channel for some of the key presentation videos | Video gallery

Stanford | A couple of years old, but worth revisiting 'Crowdsourcing Graphical Perception: Using Mechanical Turk to Assess Visualization Design' | Paper

Moebio | Santiago Ortiz' 'View of the sky #1' | Interactive Visualisation

New York Times | Showing 200 slices of wealth across the US | Interactive Visualisation

Guardian Data Store | Joe Mako creates an horizon graph in Tableau to show the US unemployment rate 1976-2012 | Interactive Visualisation

Excel Charts | Jorge creates an horizon graph in Excel to show the same US unemployment rate as above | Visualisation

This is Colossal | Global City: A Sprawling Mural Drawn on the Walls and Cabinets of a Kitchen by Deck Two | Gallery

YouTube | Presentation from Kevin Quealy of the New York Times Graphics Department from March 2011 at the Walker Art Center | Video Presentation

Simply Statistics | Interview with Amanda Cox of the New York Times | Interview

The Functional Art | An information graphics and visualization reading list | Article

Bored Panda | Incredible 3D Pencil Drawings by Nagai Hideyuki | Gallery

Domus Web | In-screen sports graphics by Max Gadney — The increasingly sophisticated visualisation of sports statistics can be extended to other fields, such as building or commerce, and help to improve the general quality of information | Article

Business Insider | Incredible Visualization Of Tropical Storm Debby Pounding Florida | Video

Fast Co. Design | Finally, Nutrition Facts That Look Good Enough To Eat | Article/Gallery

Evolution of the Web | The Evolution of the Web - The web today is a growing universe of interlinked web pages and web apps, teeming with videos, photos and interactive content. What the average user doesn't see is the interplay of web technologies and browsers... | Interactive Visualisation

Data Stories | Superb Episode #8 interview with Jeff Heer | Podcast

Portent | 11 reasons your infographic isn’t an infographic | Article

Jim Vallandingham | Steps for Building a Stepper Visualization | Tutorial

Jerome Cukier | Tableau 2012 sports visualization contest entry | Interactive Visualisation/Article

Endangered Languages | The world through 3054 lenses - an online collaborative effort to protect global linguistic diversity | Interactive Project

The Why Axis | Critique of the above project by Bryan | Critique

Presenting the top five most popular posts on Visualising Data during June:

Article: The 8 hats of data visualisation design - June 26th 2012

Talk slides: The 8 hats of data visualisation - June 21st 2012

Energy technologies visualisation for the IEA - June 25th 2012

Santiago Ortiz’s ‘Data visualization references network’ project - June 11th 2012

Best of the visualisation web… May 2012 (part 1) - June 28th 2012

Interviewed for the Visual Loop website
Best of the visualisation web... June 2012 (part 1)