Project description (written by the amazing Huiyi Chen): The Evolution of COVID-19 is a web-based Interactive project that visualizes the evolution of the global Covid-19 Crisis since December 1st, 2019, the day when the symptom onset of the first patient was identified(1). Each date on the timeline will contain information of major events related to […]
All thesis process can be found: here!
Link to site Link to code This dataset represents ferrous metal mines in the United States. It is based on the data collected from the Minerals Information Team (MIT) of the U.S. Geological Survey, and the operations are those considered active in 2003 and surveyed by the MIT. Dataset from data.world. Resources: d3js shapes and symbols eve’s […]
For the assignment to create a data visualization (using non-digital tools) on a postcard that shows a ‘snapshot’ of a particular slice of a public data set, I chose to use the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene’s dataset on NYC Restaurant Inspection Results. I was thinking of sending it to my cousin, who […]
1.) Turning the Data Around This article’s general sentiment to “consider the human” resonates strongly with me. The idea that data visualization should benefit the community or people in which the data is taken from seems only right. Reading this article, also makes me reflect on all the past data visualization projects I have done. […]
Lydia and I worked together to make a zine about Open Data NYC! We covered: a.) the history of Open Data NYC and what it is, b.) what are 311 calls, c.) how to submit a 311 request, d.) how to access 311 data, d.) how to use that data, f.) what are the biases […]
My NYU hosted website doesn’t work anymore, so I’m trying to get my previous live web + data art projects that use an ssl certificate up and running again. In hopes that I don’t forget how to do this, I’m documenting my process of hosting my own domain name, getting my own server, and registering […]