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    Exploración de visualización de datos de factores climáticos de diferentes ciudades en el tiempo.
A common calendar, is on average 12 months 30 days each, 52 weeks or 365 days (365 days and 6 hours to be exact), its information does not vary as time passes, five business days and two to rest, with small modifications for political or social occasions.

When faced with a schedule information, it is repeated year after year and varies in terms of the moon's phases relative to the days of the month, and the day's name move one step forwards. At this repetition adds one day every 4 years on February 29, the rest of the time, every day has the same time and saint. 

In this scenario we found on weather data, lots of elements with vast variations. This elements such as temperature, rain, humidity, sunrise, sunshine transform each calendar in a unique one, a new way to bring past time climate to present routine. 

Climatic factors are specific due to its geographical location and time, this is why every Colourdar is different depending on the city and the length of time you choose.
In the center is the nomenclature that describes the visualization: place (latitude - longitude), country, city, time, data type, patriotic colors and location on the world map detailed.

Scheme rings: 
Each day is represented by a square and a color temperature. Each ring represents a year, with concentric rings inward over time. Signs + and - support the hottest and coldest days each year (ring).

Future exploration in this field will have more complex results in each Colourdar through: 
- Extend the timeline to human life (time, location in the world). 
- Detailed timelines between dates. 
- Combining thermal fluctuations, climatic disasters. 
- Compare cities.
New York (United States) / 2002 - 2011 / Average Temperature.
Rio do Janeiro (Brazil) / 2002 - 2011 / Average Temperature.
Copenhagen (Denmark) / 2002 - 2011 / Average Temperature.
Graz (Austria) / 2002 - 2011 / Average Temperature.
Helsinki (Finland) / 2002 - 2011 / Average Temperature.