One project in Leah Lievrouw's Human Computer Interaction course was to design a data visualization about a personal collection.
I chose to visualize my skirt collection using a network (it's debatable whether that was a good choice) and used Jim Vallandingham's Interactive Network Visualization tutorial as a base. That version got outdated fast, so I'm attempting to revamp it here.
Similar skirts are linked together. Nodes are colored by skirt color (although the color of the node may not be the same as the skirt color) and sized by length of the skirt. Soon, I hope to have reimplemented the facilities to group and filter the network based on variables in the data.