Announcements While you’re waiting for class to begin, please take a look at the links to prepare for class today. NYU Libraries: Upcoming tutorial classes on data visualization, analysis, and management software NYU Libraries Digital Humanities Flyer. Locative Media as Participatory Archives of Civic Engagement Agenda Check-ins Workshop Time Guest speaker: Marina Hassapopoulou, NYU Cinema Studies […]continue reading NYU Data Vis 2018.04: Check-Ins, Activist Scavenger Hunt Data
Phase 1 Project, due October 4 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 October 1 OR use a dataset from the class’s pre-approved […]continue reading Data Vis 2018 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. MIT CREATE Mozilla Hive NYC CSforAll Agenda Guest Speaker: Kate Mytty of MIT CREATE. Some examples that might be relevant: https://www.openprocessing.org/sketch/462297 https://bl.ocks.org/mbostock/4062045 Guest Speaker: Rafi Santo of NYU and CSforAll. Vis exercises so far. Next Week’s […]continue reading NYU Data Vis 2018.03: Informal Economies and Learning Networks
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 […]continue reading NYU Data Vis 2018.02: Makers, Histories, Data, Toolkits.
in alphabetical order by last name Simin Gu Chian Huang Yan Huang Richelle Newby Emilie Shen Yuanyuan (Nicole) Song Jingyuan (Evelyn) Xu Steven (Dong Woo) Yoo Zhenwen (Wayne) Zhangcontinue reading NYU Data Vis 2018 Student Blogs
Confirmed Partners Accountability Project (contact: Ryan Schlief) Data: https://ewsdata.rightsindevelopment.org/login/?next=/projects/ Since we have a mix of data, including community generated and scraped ‘public’ data, the project could involve 1) pulling together our community generated data (via survey monkey) in 5 countries to discover commonalities and differences in how communities experience development projects. (Ex https://accountabilityproject.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/IAP_8steps_infographic.pdf) For the scraped ‘public’ […]continue reading 2018 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 2018.01: Examples, Histories, Tools.
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 […]continue reading Data Vis Syllabus 2018