Phase 3 Final Presentations 3:30 Lindsay 3:50 Shuai/Jade/Albert 4:10 Parvez 4:30 Will/Hayeon 4:50 Meshal 5:10 Garima 5:30 Alex 5:50 H1-B (Grafiti) group Final Reminders I will submit grades next Tuesday, so it’s best to make sure that all your assignments are finalized on your blog by Monday. Please be sure to check with me BEFORE […]continue reading NYU Data Vis Session 13: Final Presentations.
Agenda: Viacom Agenda here. Address: 1515 Broadway, NYC Be prepared to present 3 minutes per person, in this order. 5:20: Grafiti group (Hasan Ansari, Brian (Chi-Hin) Hui, Akash Kumar, Harsh Trivedi) + 2 feedback/questions 5:39: Alex Lotsos 5:42: Garima Negi + 1 feedback/question 5:46: Meshal Alhathal + 1 feedback/question 5:51: Lindsay Abrams AP groups 5:54: Mona (Hayeon) Kim, Will (Yi-Wei) Hsu 6:00: […]continue reading NYU Data Vis Session 12: Visit to Viacom
Phase 3 (Final) Project, due Dec 14 Develop a polished, accessible, interactive visualization(s) of the data set(s) that you chose with your community partner (CP). In addition to explaining tools and graphics like you did in Phase 1, in Phase 3 I’d like you to explain the process of developing the visualization with your CP, […]continue reading NYU Data Vis 2017 Phase 3 Final Project Requirements
GOOD VIS Easy to understand Clean Interactivity Appropriate use of color/shape/intensity Clarity with simple coherent view Fulfills business requirement Real-time depiction of events Titles, Annotations, short description BAD VIS Incorrect information Lack of uniformity Wrong scale Lack of context Unfit for the “business” (audience) requirement They’re trying to do too much in terms of design […]continue reading ClassSourced: Good Vis Bad Vis
Announcements NIH Human Subjects Training Agenda for Viacom visit AP data update: experience levels Phase 1 resubmissions Agenda Good vis exercise Bad vis exercise Break Color discussion Open discussion Next Week’s Assignments Start your Phase 3 assignment and post an update to your blog. Straighten out any issues around meeting the quota of blog posts […]continue reading NYU Data Vis Session 10: Good Vis Bad Vis
Announcements Please fill out this 2-question survey to help prepare the agenda for our visit to Viacom on December 7. Please fill out this 3-question survey to help with room booking for our last day of class. If you haven’t already, I strongly suggest that you share your Phase 2 paper with your community partner. […]continue reading NYU Data Vis Session 9: Phase 2 Presentations
Announcements While you’re waiting for class to begin, please take a look at the links to prepare for class today. Data Services Research Day celebration at NYU is coming up. Please invite your colleagues and students to participate in this event, submit an entry for visualization competition, and spread the word. Agenda Viacom field trip on […]continue reading Data Vis Session 8: Prep for Phase 2 Papers.
Announcements While you’re waiting for class to begin, please take a look at the links to prepare for class today. Job opportunity: Educational Data Analyst at BrainPOP. NYCDH Graduate Student Awards Nicholas Belmonte from Uber Visualization (past event at ITP) Data Services Research Day celebration at NYU is coming up. Please invite your colleagues and students […]continue reading Data Vis Session 7: BrainPOP and Multimer.
Phase 2 Paper. Full draft due November 9. (Final paper due in Phase 3) Note: Keywords are highlighted in orange. Please write a 1250+ word research article, creative nonfiction, or ethnography (series of interviews) that critically examines issues faced by your community partner in the process of data visualization. If you need a community partner, […]continue reading Data Vis 2017 Phase 2 Project Requirements
Announcements While you’re waiting for class to begin, please take a look at the links to prepare for class today. Talk at The Frick Collection on Tuesday, October 17 for a lecture at 4 p.m. by Dr. Paul Jaskot, Professor of Art History and Director of the Wired! Lab, Duke University. Prof. Jaskot’s presentation will address […]continue reading Data Vis Session 6: Grafiti and Global Action Project.