Visual-Baseball Site Refresh

This one wasn’t in the plan, at least not so quickly, but I decided to go ahead and do a site update with a new theme. The new layout has a little more visual style, particularly on the landing page, and provides greater flexibility in some key areas. While the site has been updated, all content remains available, and seems to be easier to get to using the menu tab, archives, and recent posts.

The next step is to produce more content, which I’m eager to do…after I get caught up on my chapter submissions for the Gephi book. Some upcoming posts may deliver some insight into using Gephi, or into network graph analysis in general, but that’s not a certainty at this point. In the meantime, take a look at the site, and let me know your thoughts.

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kc2519

kc2519

Ken Cherven is the Founder and Curator of the Visual-Baseball.com website. He loves to merge baseball data with all sorts of visualization methods - charts, network graphs, maps, etc. to provide greater insight into underlying data patterns. Ken also authors books about baseball and visualization, and loves to listen to jazz while drinking some wine, craft beer, or bourbon.