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?
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/