Here on the Guardian's data team, we've wanted to help you visualise our data and create new viz styles for a long time. And now, thanks to some great work by the Guardian's Interactive team, that dream has moved one step closer.
Set of Open Source tools designed to make it faster and easier to create high quality interactive and data visualization content
If you're not a developer but just interested in data and journalism, you might be a bit baffled by how it can help you, but it does.
We wanted to give our users tools that would help them create data visualisations in a Guardian style - or be able to create their own styles.
That's still in the future. But this release has brought it all much closer. Right now, you'd need some development expertise to take advantage of Miso.
But imagine if you were a data journalist in Nairobi, or New York, if you could easily visualise your data using this code?
It's the equivalent so far of building the engine. What we want to do is create the steering wheel, clutch and gears.
Follow the project on Twitter here: @TheMisoProject. And watch this space.
World government data
Development and aid data
Can you do something with this data?
Web application development by Burgess Powers