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Cheese Talks: The Biggest Humble Bundle Chart Ever!
Posted by , 2 February 2013 at 2:25 pm UTC / 2814 views
Since posting my most recent Humble Bundle article, I've continued to work on some extra bits and pieces, which have culminated an a small 1,400 word update covering minor corrections, a retrospective look at the Humble Indie Bundle 7, and my biggest visualisation yet: a chart highlighting how Humble Bundles have intersected with the lifespans of titles involved.

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What you can see above is a thumbnail of the 190 megapixel (!!!) final published image (also available as an SVG). Before you go opening those up in a new tab, please consider downloading them and checking them out in a proper image editor/viewer (particularly Inkscape if you're going to check out the SVG) - it's going to make for a much more pleasant experience than grinding your browser to a half trying to open it



You can read some interpretations as well as the rest of the update by following this link.

Looking forward to hearing what GOL readers think about it

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Yulike commented on 2 February 2013 at 11:15 pm UTC

haha, the image keeps crashing my Image Viewer. I'll download Inkscape. Thanks for doing this


Cheeseness commented on 3 February 2013 at 1:23 am UTC

Yulikehaha, the image keeps crashing my Image Viewer. I'll download Inkscape. Thanks for doing this
Sorry!

Originally I was aiming for double that resolution


Xpander commented on 3 February 2013 at 3:43 pm UTC

works fine here with opera web browser and also with GQviewer

nice stats btw
thanks for doing this


Cheeseness commented on 3 February 2013 at 7:50 pm UTC

My pleasure


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