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Data Visualization + Learning: 5 Examples from EdLab  ☆

How can data be visualized to aid learning? Come check out our newest exhibition on the 3rd floor of the Gottesman Library open January 23 - May 31, 2012. Data visualization + Learning features five pieces by the Library’s design team. They are visual explorations of data related to educational research and practice:  usage patterns …

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A Techrospective Infographic 

Check out this timeline from Udemy called 2011: Techrospective. It's a review of the biggest tech news of 2011, posted on Udemy's blog. It's a fairly simple interactive infographic if compared with others we've reviewed here, but I choose to feature it because it comes from an educational platform and because it's a neat model …

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Visualizing Paper Genealogy 

Justin Matejka is a Research Assistant at Autodesk Research, a firm dedicated to innovation in digital prototyping, visualization, and simulation tools and techniques toward advancing design. As part of the Visualization and Learning projects, Matejka created Citeology, a complex interactive visualization of the relationship between research papers through citations. It is accompanied …

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Writing Without Words  ☆

Stefanie Posavec is a London-based artist (originally from Colorado), who's created a number of fantastically original projects--many related to literature. Especially marvelous is her series, Writing Without Words, in which she visualizes differences in the writing styles of various modern classic authors. Interestingly, she does most of her work by hand. The Project A large portion of …

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A Year in Review  ☆

Well, not quite a whole year. For the past four months we've been reviewing data art projects from around the web. In 2012, we hope to further our discussion on the educational value of data art. Until then, here's an overview of what we've covered so far. We've bookmarked many other interesting projects so look …

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Envisioning Technology 

Michell Zappa has a professional appetite for visualizing the future of technology. This is good for the rest of us, really, because as the world is being overrun by application developments that I personally just can't keep pace with, we're all unavoidably affected by it. The internet, robotics, biotech, energy, space, artificial intelligence--the new technological …

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A Republican Primary Debate Visualized 

Organizing and visualizing information is not easy. If you're successful, the data can take on a whole new set of perspectives and reach wider audiences in more colorful ways (quite literally). Or, it can produce a pretty picture that is impossible to extract data from. Gregory Hubacek is a freelance designer in Los Angeles who …

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Picturing Urban Decay 

Derek Watkins is a graduate student of geography at the University of Oregon. Stemming from his research interests in place, culture, representation, technology, and cartography, he has created this intriguing visualization entitled "Picturing Urban Decay...An Exploration of Blight as Depicted Through Online Photography," posted on his blog. The piece is accompanied by an equally intriguing …

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9/11 Plus Me 

Many news organizations are beginning to feature interactive graphics online to come up with alternative ways of presenting complex data. As part of its Project for 9/11, newspaper USA TODAY launched an interactive graphic on its website called 9/11 Plus Me. Created by a team of editors, web developers and designers, the graphic is a …

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Visualizing the Voices of Vulnerable Populations in Times of Global Crisis 

During the summer of 2010, UN Global Pulse, an innovation initiative in the Executive Office established by the Secretary-General, launched an unprecedented, large-scale SMS survey to participants in 5 countries around the world: India, Iraq, Mexico, Uganda, and Ukraine. The study aimed to gather data about how people in these different regions are coping with …

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