Announcements While you’re waiting for class to begin, please take a look at the links to prepare for class today. Associated Press VR Immersive Media Report: http://bit.ly/2wTY9kG Metrolex Meetups:The Dictionary Society of North America has partnered with local organizations in the New York City area to establish a series of meetups called MetroLex. MetroLex meetups bring […]continue reading Data Vis Session 03/4: Associated Press.
Phase 1 Project, due October 5 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 30 OR use a dataset from the class’s pre-approved […]continue reading Data Vis 2017 Phase 1 Project Requirements
Announcements While you’re waiting for class to begin, please take a look at the links to prepare for class today. Prepping for the Library of Congress case study Julia Kim’s article about the Storycorps collection Storycorps Sample Data (JSON files) Storycorps access repository Similar Example: LC Data Exploration repository Chronicling America repository Tools Jupyter NB viewer […]continue reading Data Vis Session 02: Toolkits, Library of Congress.
Please visit New York Hall of Science on September 21 or October 19 (during class time) to participate in one of the following activities. Please let me know your choice of activity by ASAP so that free admission will be reserved for you. While you’re at NYSCI, take notes/photos on the “4D” and “interactive” elements […]continue reading NYSCI Activities 2017
Class Projects and Blogs (in alphabetical order by last name): Matter NYC: Through the Eyes of an Entrepreneur Community Partner: Matter by Lindsay Abrams StoryCorps Visualization Community Partner: Library of Congress by Meshal Alhathal Analyzing H-1B Petitions Community Partner: Grafiti by Hasan Ansari, Brian (Chi-Hin) Hui, Akash Kumar, & Harsh Trivedi VR & Immersive Media (with sentiment vis and […]continue reading NYU Data Vis 2017 Class Blogs
Confirmed Partners Library of Congress American Folklife Center Topic: Visualizing the Storycorps project. Contact: Julia Kim New York Hall of Science Topic: Science Ambassadors Contact: Catherine Cramer Associated Press Topic: Virtual reality and Immersive Media (with Multimer) Contact: Arlene Ducao Data is here. Global Action Project. Topic: visualizing information regarding the Queens Hate-Free Zone. Contact: […]continue reading 2017 Community Partners – Updated Frequently!
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 Session 01: Examples, Histories, Tools.
Data Visualization In The Community [Formerly Data Visualization from 2D to 4D] DM-GY 9103-D, Fall 2017 Prof. Arlene Ducao, arlduc [at] nyu.edu Thursdays, 3:30-6:20 PM 2 Metrotech, Room 816 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 […]continue reading Data Visualization 2017 Syllabus