As a reminder, here are the deliverables for the visualization project, which are all due on May 6th:
- Writeup, including but not limited to:
- Competitive analysis
- Iteration artifacts
- Rationale for design decisions
- Link to the visualization online
As announced earlier in the semester you will have the opportunity to show off your visualization project at the Information Visualization Showcase. The showcase is mandatory for all teams. It will be during regular class time (5-8PM) on May 8. Feel free to invite guests, as the presentations are open for the public.
Since there are 14 projects, we will have to keep an eye on time. You have 10 minutes to present plus 2 minutes for Q&A. Use the time to introduce your project, show iteration artifacts and demo the visualization. If you are using slides, send me a PDF along with your other deliverables.
Please also send me as soon as possible
- 1 paragraph describing your project
- Your project title/name
By now you all are working on first iterations of your semester visualization project. This blog post by Andy Kirk of visualizingdata.com could come in handy as a brief reality check. In it, he explains what makes NY Times infographics what they are–some of the most effective visualizations out there. Almost every point applies directly to your project. Gloss over it and try to see how your visualization can be improved with the 10 points in mind.
I was asked to share the link to Mr. Data Converter when I showed it in class a few weeks back. The tool converts between CSV and JSON (amongst others).