Tagged: information visualization

Superheroes and Social Cliques

Tyler Dennis Dr. Sula Information Visualization – Gephi Lab “Marvel Chronology Project”     Introduction: The dataset used for this, the Gephi lab, was exhaustive and super ambitious in size and scope. It was curated by the Marvel Chronology Project,...

Disease Maps of the 1800s to Now!

For our first assignment, we made a timeline related to the history of information visuals. In readings from the first class, there was mention of disease maps. I was captivated. I’d never thought disease maps in depth other than ones...

Generate New York 2017 Conference Panel Discussion

The seven participants of this panel, in addition to myself, attended this year’s Generate New York conference as a group. This trip was put together by UXPA@Pratt and was paid for by the GSEF Committee. We’ll be discussing some key takeaways and common themes from this year’s conference.

Artists’ Books: A Dynamic Atlas

The project is a mock IMLS Grant Proposal for “Artists’ Books: A Dynamic Atlas.” This pilot project will use linked open data to create a dynamic mapping interface that indicates the home libraries of artists’ books located within New York. Led by the MoMA Library in partnership with the Frick Collection, Brooklyn Museum, Whitney Museum, and Metropolitan Museum, the dynamic atlas will deepen engagement with these unique collections; allow users to visualize connections between artists, books, and institutions; and make project data available for use on the open web.

“Fake News”: A Rhetorical Analysis

This project analyzes the circulation of the term “fake news” as a rhetorical device, used to make political assertions about the truth of various stories and sources. These sources range from longstanding and popular news outlets to more recent news websites and social media. Across these sources, we examine the use and users of the term “fake news”, its frequency of use, and the sources and topics that are described as “fake news”.