Phase 2 Paper. Full draft due November 17. (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 2016 Phase 2 Project Requirements
Confirmed Partners Be More America. Topics: Healthcare and health equity Contact: Anurag Gupta, anurag [at] bemoreamerica [dot] org NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights. Topics: Trafficking and migration of construction workers. Contact: April Gu & David Segall Brown Dwarf NYC. Topic: Astrophysics data, particularly on brown dwarfs Contact: Sara Camnasio Pawa Initiative, Kenya. […]continue reading Community Partners (continually updated)
Announcements NSF Grad Fellowships. Applications due soon. To discuss: Phase 2 due date. Agenda 4:30-5:30 Rahul Bharghava, MIT. 5:30-6:00 April Gu and David Segall, NYU Stern Center for Business and Human Rights (BHR). http://people.stern.nyu.edu/twadhwa/bangladesh/ https://www.sam.gov https://www.fapiis.gov/fapiis/datareports.action https://www.fpds.gov/fpdsng_cms/index.php/en/ 6:00-6:10 Break 6:10-7:20 Data Exploration Exercise with BHR data and DataBasic.io. Next Week’s Assignments Finish and be ready […]continue reading Data Vis Session 4: Data Exploration.
Since we have no class on October 13 and I will be away on October 20, I’d like you to visit New York Hall of Science to participate in one of the following activities: October 1 or 2: A two-hour Maker Faire volunteer session Catherine Cramer, Senior Program Developer at NYSCI, is running a live […]continue reading NYSCI Activities
Announcements Be More America is looking for a paid PT data vis intern Upcoming Events SUBMERGE ocean science festival, September 24 NBA Basketball Analytics Hackathon, September 24 Bloomberg Data for Good Exchange, September 25 (wait list only) Make it in Brooklyn Innovation Summit, September 28 (get a free pass at Dibner LC240 Make it in […]continue reading Data Vis Session 3: ProPublica visit.
Phase 1 Project, due October 6 Note: Keywords are highlighted in orange. Develop a polished, accessible interactive visualization(s) of a pre-approved dataset for a general audience with no previous knowledge of the data. CHECKLIST: Dataset approved: You must receive approval to use the dataset by September 29 OR use a dataset from the class’s pre-approved […]continue reading Data Vis 2016 Phase 1 Project Requirements
Having trouble finding a good data set for your project? Use one of these. You are welcome to use the class tutorials to prepare, but your Phase 1, 2, and 3 projects must be significantly, defensibly different from the visualizations in the tutorials. Anything from the ProPublica Store Be More America (currently looking for a […]continue reading Pre-Approved Datasets for Phase 1 Project
Announcements Please be sure to check permissions for any docs shared as part of class. For non-IDM students: MAGNET keycard access will be granted after September 19. If you don’t have access by September 21, contact Eric Maiello. Gallatin Global Fellowship in Human Rights ($5000) General Student Affairs Links: The Wellness Exchange Student Health Center […]continue reading Data Vis 2016 Session 2: Toolkits and Toolbooks.
Class Blogs and Final Projects (in alphabetical order by creator’s last name): MindRider by Anna Bialas Community Partner: MindRider GAP Field Scan by Sara Camnasio Community Partner: Global Action Project NYU Ability Lab by Jasmine Chabra Community Partner: NYU Ability Project Parliamentary Polarization by Nicole Cote Community Partner: Prof. Arthur Spirling Data in the Midst […]continue reading NYU Data Vis 2016 Class Blogs
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 […]continue reading Data Vis 2016 Session 1: Intros, Histories, Tools.