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Scientific graphical abstracts — design guidelines

Circos is software that generates circularly composited views of genomic data and annotations.

Circos is a tool for visualizing data in a circular layout. It is widely used in genomics and cancer biology, but can show any kind of data. (Learn more)

Figures created by Circos are engaging, pretty and informative.

Many kind of data tracks are supported. Shown here is a small sample: links, tiles and heatmaps. (Learn more)

Circos is particularly suited for visualizing alignments, conservation and intra and inter-chromosomal relationships. (presentations on Circos; drawn heavily from Tufte's Visual Display of Quantitative Information)

Data display can be automated to show a large number of tracks. (Learn more)

## RESOURCES

Talks on Circos and its uses.

Circos course.

Circos in the literature.

Hive plots are a type of layout algorithm that is designed to make sense out of very large networks. The method is quantitative — placement of nodes depends only on network properties.

In a hive plot, nodes are placed on linear axes, which are arranged radially. Nodes are mapped to axis based on topology (e.g. connectivity) or user categories. Network edges are shown as links between axis node points, and can be colored further by additional metadata.

Hive plots are an answer to the challenge of uninformative Flip Flops for Men,2021 Summer Girl Boys Luminous Slippers Kids.

In a hive plot, nodes are placed on linear axes, which are arranged radially. Nodes are mapped to axis based on topology (e.g. connectivity) or user categories. Network edges are shown as links between axis node points, and can be colored further by additional metadata.

Hive plots are excellent at showing alignments between more than two genomes. (High resolution on white or black)

Hive plots are excellent at comparing ratios. Here each panel shows 24 ratios (8 between each axis pair).

## RESOURCES

VIZBI 2011 Hive Plot Poster.

Introduction to hive plots.

Genome Informatics 2010 talk.

I had the opportunity to design the cover of the Genome Informatics Conference program book. The cover shows sequences of some of the genes and viruses that appear in this conference's abstracts and uses the genome path algorithm previously used in the Deadly Genomes poster.

The Deadly Genomes is a visualization of the size and structure of genomes of viruses and bacteria that are agents of prevalent human diseases. Their genomes are visualized as a path, and each organism is spaced on the poster according to the incidence and mortality of the disease.

This image reached the finalist stage at the 2009 National Science Foundation Visualization Challenge.

December 2009 saw the 10th Anniversary of the Genome Sciences Center. Some commemorative swag was handed out, among which was a stainless steel water bottle with the following image.

The image contains a barcode called QR Code (learn more) which encodes the names of all current employees at the Center.

Lexical analysis of 2008 US Presidential and Vice-Presidential Debates indicates that the speech patterns between candidates (especially those paired in a debate) are extremely similar and that the complexity of vice-presidential candidates is lower than presidential candidates (uniqueness is lower, repetition is higher).

Palin has the longest sentences, Biden repeats himself the most and has the smallest vocabulary, while patterns for Obama and McCain are eerily similar.

Use Atom feeds of candidates' word lists to create Wordles.

carpalx is a keyboard optimizer which rearranges letter positions on a keyboard to minimize typing effort. Discover the magical XBUL keyboard layouts which minimizes typing of English text. Or, if you dare, venture into the land of the disfigured TNWCLR keyboard layout which makes typing English text excruciatingly painful.

High Dynamic Time Range images (HDTR) are single-frame composites of a set of time-lapse photos.

The bioinformatics Perl workshop offers courses to help you learn Perl and apply it to your work. We have courses on introductory Perl, intermediate Perl, and others. Learn how to use map, grep and sort more efficiently or how to perform data analysis at the command line. The workshop is open to the public (given at the GSC 570 W 7th location) and all slides from each lecture are available online.

schemaball generates circularly composited views of SQL database schemas

High-resolution 32k BAC array for aCGH studies of human genome.

clusterpunch is a mini-benchmarker for clusters designed to monitor availability of resources

portknocking is a network authentication method in which a client establishes a connection to a host which presents no open ports

alex is a very famous pet rat, who had appearances in Genome Research and Maximum PC.

color encoding of vectors Color::TupleEncode - Mapping tuples to colors and visually comparing numbers

short-read sequencing genome coverage tables tables of read coverage for haploid, diploid and triploid genomes for a given sequencing redundancy

genome coverage simulator explore whole genome shotgun statistics

Image color summarizer produces statistics about an image's mean/median hue, saturation and intensity values. It's fun to play with and can be (eventually) used to auto-tag images based on color content.

Lumondo Photography is my commercial front-end.

Canon EF Lenses A f/ vs mm chart of all Canon EF lenses, and a few links to useful lens resources.

UBC model rocket launch competition was not without accidents.

Sat 29-05-2021

The Sanctuary Project is a Lunar vault of science and art. It includes two fully sequenced human genomes, sequenced and assembled by us at Canada's Michael Smith Genome Sciences Centre.

The first disc includes a song composed by Flunk for the (eventual) trip to the Moon.

But how do you send sound to space? I describe the inspiration, process and art behind the work.

The song 'Down Here / Moon Above' from Flunk's new album History of Everything Ever is our song for space. It appears on the Sanctuary genome discs, which aim to send two fully sequenced human genomes to the Moon. (Jiyaru Round Ottoman Stool Cover Footstool Protector Covers Stor)
Sun 14-03-2021

Celebrate \pi Day (March 14th) and finally see the digits through the forest.

The 26th tree in the digit forest of \pi. Why is there a flower on the ground?. (details)

This year is full of botanical whimsy. A Lindenmayer system forest – deterministic but always changing. Feel free to stop and pick the flowers from the ground.

The first 46 digits of \pi in 8 trees. There are so many more. (details)

And things can get crazy in the forest.

A forest of the digits of '\pi, by ecosystem. (details)

Check out art from previous years: 2013 \pi Day and 2014 \pi Day, 2015 \pi Day, 2016 \pi Day, 2017 \pi Day, 2018 \pi Day and 2019 \pi` Day.

Sun 30-05-2021

All that glitters is not gold. —W. Shakespeare

The sensitivity and specificity of a test do not necessarily correspond to its error rate. This becomes critically important when testing for a rare condition — a test with 99% sensitivity and specificity has an even chance of being wrong when the condition prevalence is 1%.

We discuss the positive predictive value (PPV) and how practices such as screen can increase it.

Nature Methods Points of Significance column: Testing for rare conditions. (read)

Altman, N. & Krzywinski, M. (2021) Points of significance: Testing for rare conditions. Nature Methods 18:224–225.

Tue 09-02-2021

We demand rigidly defined areas of doubt and uncertainty! —D. Adams

A popular notion about experiments is that it's good to keep variability in subjects low to limit the influence of confounding factors. This is called standardization.

Unfortunately, although standardization increases power, it can induce unrealistically low variability and lead to results that do not generalize to the population of interest. And, in fact, may be irreproducible.

Nature Methods Points of Significance column: Standardization fallacy. (read)

Not paying attention to these details and thinking (or hoping) that standardization is always good is the "standardization fallacy". In this column, we look at how standardization can be balanced with heterogenization to avoid this thorny issue.

Voelkl, B., Würbel, H., Krzywinski, M. & Altman, N. (2021) Points of significance: Standardization fallacy. Nature Methods 18:5–6.

Fri 13-11-2020

Clear, concise, legible and compelling.

Making a scientific graphical abstract? Refer to my practical design guidelines and redesign examples to improve organization, design and clarity of your graphical abstracts.

Graphical Abstract Design Guidelines — Clear, concise, legible and compelling.
Tue 06-10-2020

An in-depth look at my process of reacting to a bad figure — how I design a poster and tell data stories.

A poster of high BMI and obesity prevalence for 185 countries.

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