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"Visualizing NYC's Open Data" [chriswhong.com] by self-proclaimed urbanist, map maker and data junkie Chris Wong provides a single view of the more than 1,100 open datasets made available by New York City.

The visualization of the "dataset of datasets" consists of a force-directed graph, of which the nodes are colored according to whether the according dataset is a table, chart, map, a file or a user-created view (colored blue).

The graph acts as an alternative portal to explore the available data, while demonstrating its scale and diversity.