NYU Data Vis 2018.02: Makers, Histories, Data, Toolkits.

Announcements While you’re waiting for class to begin, please take a look at the links to prepare for class today. http://www.urbanmakereconomy.org/ http://www.bostonhousing.org/ 2018 Community Partners and Student Blogs now posted (see class menu) Agenda Guest Speaker: Laura Wolf-Powers on Urban Makers. Guest Speaker: Jonathan Tarleton from Boston Housing Authority. A Brief History of Data Vis and […]

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2018 Community Partners: Updated Frequently!

Confirmed Partners BrainPop (contact: Kevin Miklasz) Data: https://research.donorschoose.org/t/download-opendata/33  This crowdfunding website connects teachers to donors to find funding for classroom supplies. There are two interesting parts of the data set to me- the project success and the project descriptions. I’d be interested in two general questions- first, does this data show any pattern in what kind of […]

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Data Vis 2018.01: Examples, Histories, Tools.

Announcements While you’re waiting for class to begin, please take a look at the links as food for thought. Example Vis: Transit Visualization Client, Conversation Concept Map, MIT ML Pantheon Example Data Source: Socioeconomic Data and Applications Center (SEDAC), NYC Open Data Example application of data visualization: The Next America, The Search for High Energy Cosmic Rays, ProPublica Data Example […]

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Data Vis Syllabus 2018

Data Visualization For The Community [Formerly Data Visualization from 2D to 4D] DM-GY 9103-C, Fall 2018 Prof. Arlene Ducao, arlduc [at] nyu.edu Thursdays, 3:30-6:20 PM 2 Metrotech, Room 820 Overview What is data visualization? Why and how do we do it? Who do we do it for? This course will take you through the process […]

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Ideation and Prototyping Session 14: Final Presentations.

Announcements Reminder of Final Presentation Requirements: Your presence in class. 10 minutes of presentation. Start with your final object and story (~5 min) Walk us through the ideation, iteration, and prototyping process of the past several weeks (~5 min) A slideshow (e.g. powerpoint, keynote, google slides) is recommended. 5 minutes discussion with guest critics and […]

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Ideation and Prototyping Session 13: Last check-ins, Storytelling.

Announcements Final Presentation Requirements: Your presence in class. 10 minutes of presentation. Start with your final object and story (~5 min) Walk us through the ideation, iteration, and prototyping process of the past several weeks (~5 min) A slideshow (e.g. powerpoint, keynote, google slides) is recommended. 5 minutes discussion with guest critics and class. I’ll […]

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Ideation and Prototyping Session 12: Prototyping->Persona->Storytelling.

Announcements Tribeca Immersive Arcade More CAD software: https://www.vectary.com/ https://www.3dslash.net/ Final Project requirements are now updated. Note the Bibliography (non-annotated) requirement. Final Deliverables are now updated. You must be present and on-time at the final class on May 4. Final Deliverables are due on your website and Google drive on May 6 @ 10AM. Extra credit (10 […]

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Ideation and Prototyping Session 11: Makerspace and Makers.

Announcements Note: sketches are important, but if you plan to make a physical object(s), be sure to start prototyping physical objects. Final Project requirements are now updated. Note the Bibliography (non-annotated) requirement. Final Deliverables are now updated. You must be present and on-time at the final class on May 4. Final Deliverables are due on your […]

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Ideation and Prototyping Session 10: Lo-Fi, VR CAD, Basic Electronics.

Announcements Final Requirements Thing Message Process  Challenges/grants Nike Circular Design Challenge NYU Makerspace $50 Mini-grant (use NYU ID to see form) Spaces NYU Makerspace blog MAGNET Fabspace NYU Leslie Lab prototyping room NYU La Guardia Studio Books: The Three-Body Problem, The Left Hand of Darkness 1st Half Submissions Agenda Updates: your timelines, plans, & tests […]

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