Teacher, author, and media critic Lev Manovich comes to The New School on Wednesday, March 30 as part of the Data Visualization Masters program’s lecture series. Dr. Manovich will be discussing his Software Studies Initiative and the projects launched from it. He will also present his most recent project, an analysis of images shared on Twitter between 2011 and 2014.
More information can be found on The New School’s event page.
Journalism has always relied on data, perhaps in different ways than we are currently seeing, but data has always served the strengthen the practice. As new technology emerges to make data journalism both more accessible and stronger, the question then becomes how do newsrooms bring those methods into their reporting? A new paper released by The American Press Institute outlines strategies for news organizations to incorporate data-driven journalism techniques into their work. —AJ Continue reading “Data Journalism Strategies”
The Visualization Driven Rapid Prototyping (VDRP) method is a project management process that enhances collaboration, engineering, and design through the rapid development of exploratory visual models. Continue reading “A Method to the Madness of Project Management: Visualization Driven Rapid Prototyping”
Was it a hit? A mega-hit? An Oscar winner? A big-budget flop? David McCandless presents an interactive exploration of Hollywood films from 2008-2015:
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In design, the details matter. Andy Kirk examines “the small decisions that make a big difference towards the good and bad” of information design:
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Park locally. Owe globally. Using open data, Ben Wellington of I Quant NY examines the international component in New York City parking.
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