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  • 1. Karen GregoryMacaulay @ Hunter College Spring 2013
  • 2.  Do you need to use a map? What can a map do? What can’t it do? What other visualizations may work?Noah Iliinsky, 2012:http://www.youtube.com/watch v=c6eUyxHGmJ4
  • 3.  Concept before Compilation Hierarchy with Harmony Simplicity with Sacrifice Max Information w/ Min Cost Engage Emotion to Engage IntellectFrom British Cartographic Society http://www.gislounge.com/principles-of- cartographic-design/
  • 4.  What have you collected in the process of your research?  Census tables?  Statistical analysis?  Archives (letters, documents, photos etc)?  Photos or Video?  Interviews? Anecdotes?  We’re looking at tools to explore that data (to find the story), as well as represent the data (to tell the story.)
  • 5.  Perhaps you’ve collected a bunch of different data... What questions have you been asking as you conduct your research? As you look at what you collect? What story do you think you see there? How can we tell that story?
  • 6.  In the course of my research, I looked at… As I wrote my paper, I came to following conclusions… The thesis of my paper is… What I would like to convey most clearly in my presentation is… Do I need visualizations to make this point?
  • 7.  Hurricane Zoning: http://project.wnyc.org/news- maps/hurricane-zones/hurricane-zones.html Food Deserts: http://www.ers.usda.gov/data- products/food-access-research-atlas/go-to- the-atlas.aspx#.UWK8fqsjp_k
  • 8.  Mapping Memories of Manhattan: http://www.brainpickings.org/index.php/2013 /04/02/mapping-manhattan-becky-cooper/ We Feel Fine: http://www.wefeelfine.org/movements.html
  • 9.  Walking through History: http://www.walkingthroughtime.co.uk/?page _id=59 Auditory Maps: http://www.mapcite.com/posts/2013/a pril/developing-auditory-maps-for-the- blind.aspx
  • 10.  Simple, straightforward mapping. To show location, social space or distance. Can also add in photos and mediahttp://www.google.com/intl/en/about/products /WordpressPlugin: http://www.mapsmarker.com/
  • 11.  Easy access to demographic data and maps: http://www.socialexplorer.com/pub/home/ho me.aspx
  • 12.  For finding public data and merging data sets: Will also create visualizations and maps http://support.google.com/fusiontables/answ er/2571232?hl=en
  • 13.  3d animation:http://macaulay.cuny.edu/eportfolios/laxmi/pla nning-projects/the-hole-a-border-between- brooklyn-and-queens/
  • 14.  Verite: http://timeline.verite.co/ My Histro (timeline map )http://www.myhistro.com/ History Pin: http://www.historypin.com/projects/
  • 15.  Flowing Data: http://flowingdata.com/

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