Thanks for sharing - I dig it! Some playful thoughts on future alternate presentation ways:
1. Try left to right instead of scrolling
2. It might be cool to print it out on a long sheet and make the ends meet to create a cylinder and put a light in the middle.
3. Assign midi values to each number and each column and let the music play
4, Make it searchable through interaction (Clicking on a sunny day sorts how everything looked on sunny days, etc.)
5. Normality of data overlaid. Where are the mean values for each column? (As an aside, should we have a normal distribution? If it's skewed is that a good or bad thing- or does it mean the scale for measuring is wrong or I am not objective enough?)
6. A tapestry would be cool
7. Create this out of actual tiles or rocks
8. Make a game. Give people x number of variables and see if they can predict what some other variable will be.
9. Make the art in conductive ink so you can run a finger over it and light a bulb or change a sound.
10. Make an LED for each column and let the brightness change for each day.
It might be interesting to actually put those variables you see correlation with next to each other. Things might be more obvious (or not )
Have fun - great job!!
Thanks for being inspiration for my brainstorming