Wolfram touts the ISSCC and CPUdb visualizations in its CDF FAQ

I was pleasantly surprised to find out that Wolfram Inc. cites the visualization of semiconductor technology trends that I implemented in Mathematica/CDF as one of the examples of CDFs in the wild.

You can see the CDF FAQ here (search for "commercial research"), and you can find the visualization demonstrations here and here. You can see example screenshots of the ISSCC data visualization and the Stanford CPUdb visualizations below.

Screenshot of interactive Mathematica CDF visualization of the trend in transistor count versus supply voltage. The data in the plot is from a dataset I curate, taken from ISSCC publications since 1980.

Screenshot of interactive Mathematica CDF visualization of the trend in transistor count versus supply voltage. The data in the plot is from a dataset I curate, taken from ISSCC publications since 1980.

Screenshot of interactive Mathematica CDF visualization of the trend in thermal design power (TDP) versus clock frequency. The data in the plot is from the CPUdb dataset from Mark Horowitz's group at Stanford.

Screenshot of interactive Mathematica CDF visualization of the trend in thermal design power (TDP) versus clock frequency. The data in the plot is from the CPUdb dataset from Mark Horowitz's group at Stanford.