The Beeswarm plot turned out to be more or less what I needed. One axis constrained, one with collision.

bl.ocks.org/chloerulesok/e45c8

This is a level of failure I may be willing to live with.

I gave a keynote at the Mixit conference in Lyon last night:
'Hyperland, a scam in n-dimensions' my adaptation of 'Flatland, a romance of many dimensions' to talk about data and machine learning.
Full write up coming soon.

Many thanks @ingrid and @Bopuc@twitter.com
for letting me borrow their diagrams.

the original Flatland: gutenberg.org/ebooks/201
Burrington's Theory of scamming: twitter.com/lifewinning/status
Anthony's diagram of the vectorialist class: borisanthony.net/diagrams/vect

nice prediction diagram on p.79
'Fig. 2: Graphic summary of Facebook’s patent US9750752B2.' from what I gather the summary is by author Lídia Pereira.

📄 patent: patents.google.com/patent/US97

📬 📘 Got a very nice book in the post from the Institute of Network Cultures:

State Machines; Reflections and actions at the edge of digital citizenship, finance, and Art.

available for free:
networkcultures.org/blog/publi

🍎 ➡️ 🐧 I like the way Evince shows you the actual OCR'd text with its mistakes when you select text. Apple Preview pretends all is well and good until you try to copy paste and then 🙃

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