Museum Information Visualization Research Files

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I was supposed to present these as part of the Information Visualization and Museum Practice (http://mcn2010.pbworks.com/Information-Visualization-and-Museum-Practice) panel at MCN2010. Thanks to Piotr Adamczyk for stepping in when I was unable to arrive in time.

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Museum Information Visualization Research Files

  1. 1. Sources  of  Inspira/on   •  John  Tukey  –  Exploratory   Data  Analysis   h<p://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Exploratory_data_analysis   •  Edward  TuDe   h<p://www.edwardtuDe.com/tuDe/   •  Ben  Schneidermen   h<p://www.cs.umd.edu/~ben              See  also:  Jeffrey  Heer    A  Brief  History  of  Data   Visualiza/on                h<p://is.gd/gmGiY  
  2. 2. Wa<enberg/Viegas   •  Baby  name  voyager   h<p://www.babynamewizard.com   •  Dynamic  visualiza/ons   that  allow  for   explora/on   •  “democra/za/on”     of  visualiza/on   techniques   •  “vernacular   visualiza/on”   Mar/n  Wa<enberg   h<p://www.bewitched.com/  
  3. 3. Wa<enberg/Viegas   •  Many  eyes    
  4. 4. FlowingMedia   •  h<p://flowingmedia.com/  
  5. 5. Jeffrey  Heer   •  Tools:  protovis.org   Tracing  Genealogical  Data  with   TimeNets   h<p://vis.stanford.edu/papers//menets  
  6. 6. Jeffrey  Heer   •  Collabora/ve  visualiza/on  
  7. 7. Visualiza/on  in  the  Humani/es  
  8. 8. •  Franco  MoreX   Map  of  Sherlock  Holmes’  Inves/ga/ons  
  9. 9. MONK  Project   •  h<p://www.monkproject.org/  
  10. 10. Cultural  Analy/cs   •  Lev  Manovich,  Director   SoDware  Studies   Ini/a/ve   h<p://lab.soDwarestudies.com   •  Visual  Analysis  Toolkit   •  GigaPixel  Presenter  
  11. 11. h<p://www.flickr.com/photos/culturevis/4038907270  
  12. 12. Cultural  Analy/cs   •  Comparison  between  128  pain/ngs  by  Piet  Mondrian  (from  1904-­‐1917)  and  168  pain/ngs  by  Mark  Rothko  (from   1934-­‐1970).     •  X  axis  -­‐  brightness  mean   Y  axis  -­‐  satura/on  mean   •  One  interes/ng  thing  revealed  by  this  visualiza/on:  in  the  1940s  Rothko  starts  at  exactly  the  same  part  of   brightness/satura/on  space  where  Mondrian  arrives  by  1917.   •  h<p://www.flickr.com/photos/culturevis/4396210509  
  13. 13. Spa/al  History  Project   •  h<p://www.stanford.edu/group/spa/alhistory/cgi-­‐bin/site/index.php  
  14. 14. Mitchell  Whitelaw-­‐  Visible  Archives   •  h<p://visiblearchive.blogspot.com/  
  15. 15. Commons  Explorer   •  h<p://visiblearchive.blogspot.com/2010/03/commonsexplorer.html  
  16. 16. Urban,  Adamczyck,  Twidale  
  17. 17. Adamczyck  
  18. 18. •  YouTube  MCN  2010  channel   h<p://bit.ly/dpFYlw   •  Richard  J.  Urban   Graduate  School  of  Library  &  Informa/on  Science   University  of  Illinois   rjurban@illinois   h<p://www.richardurban.net  

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