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Final Presentation B09 - Venice 4.0: Visualizing Venice

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B09 Venice 4.0 Final Presentation

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  • Our project focused on…..
  • Most data already collected in the pastPast projects data not available to the publicNeed for more graphics to represent dataGraphics can be used by many outside groups or organizations
  • Protovis composes custom views of data with simple marks such as bars and dots. Unlike low-level graphics libraries that quickly become tedious for visualization, Protovis defines marks through dynamic properties that encode data, allowing inheritance, scales and layouts to simplify construction. Protovis is free and open-source, provided under the BSD License. It uses JavaScript and SVG for web-native visualizations; no plugin required (though you will need a modern web browser)! Although programming experience is helpful, Protovis is mostly declarative and designed to be learned by example. This project is led by Mike Bostock and Jeff Heer of the Stanford Visualization Group. We welcome your contributions and suggestions.
  • Add de barbari, mention what we would like to do but couldn’t do , reccomendations, graphics that we would like to use from matrix,
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    • 1. Visualizing Venice Data
      John Brunelli
      Edward Orsi
      Amanda Sargent
    • 2. Project Overview
      Problem
      Visualization Research
      Results
    • 3. Our Problem
      Abundance of resources student collected data from 20 years of projects addressing the issues facing Venice
    • 4. Past Project Graphics
    • 5. Project Overview
      Problem
      Visualization Research
      Results
    • 6. Visualization Research
      Most effective ways to visualize data
      Leading technologies available
      Open source
      Commercial
      Stand out examples of information graphics
    • 7. Protovis
      Protovis
    • 8. Many Eyes
      Many Eyes
    • 9. TimeMap
      Link
    • 10. Motion Charts
      Living in Venice
    • 11. ReMap
      Re-Map
    • 12. The Growth of Wal-Mart
      Wal-Mart
    • 13. Threatened Voices
      Threatened Voices
    • 14. Compiled List of Infographics
    • 15. Project Overview
      Problem
      Visualization Research
      Results
    • 16. Installation Art
      Installation Art
    • 17. Cruise Ship Survey
    • 18. Student Team Websites
    • 19. Student Team Websites
    • 20. Results & Deliverables
      visualVENICE2.0 Website
      De’Barbari Online
      WIRED Magazine Mock up
      Daily Word Clouds
      Maps: Churches, Stores, Public Art
    • 21. Website
      Website
    • 22. De Barbari Map
    • 23. WIRED Magazine
    • 24. WIRED
    • 25. Word Clouds
      La Nuova
      Word Cloud from 2008
    • 26. Word Clouds
    • 27. Timemap: Churches
      Churches Locations from 2002
    • 28. Timemap: Stores
      Store Locations from 2004
    • 29. Timemap: Public Art
      Public Art Map from 2007
    • 30. Timemap: Database
    • 31. Timemap: Timemap API
    • 32. Timemap: ClusterMarker API
    • 33. Timemap: ClusterMarker API
    • 34. visualVENICE2.0www.veniceprojectcenter.org/~venice40Questions?