Posts Tagged 'Visualization theory'

Review on the ✳UrbanSensing Project: The Urban Pulse

The Audi Urban Future Initiative, a forum for emerging ideas about the critical role of mobility in the twenty-first-century metropolis, a rapidly changing landscape of complex challenges and new opportunities, published an extensive article on the *UrbanSensing Project: The Urban

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Review on the ✳UrbanSensing Project: The Urban Pulse

The Audi Urban Future Initiative, a forum for emerging ideas about the critical role of mobility in the twenty-first-century metropolis, a rapidly changing landscape of complex challenges and new opportunities, published an extensive article on the *UrbanSensing Project: The Urban

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Civic Data Challenge 2013

The Civic Data Challenge (an initiative from the National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC) and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation) turns the raw data of ‘civic health’ into useful applications and visualizations that have direct impact on public decision-making. In order to

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Civic Data Challenge 2013

The Civic Data Challenge (an initiative from the National Conference on Citizenship (NCoC) and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation) turns the raw data of ‘civic health’ into useful applications and visualizations that have direct impact on public decision-making. In order to

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Dots Concentration VS Areas for Demographic Visualizations

In this post and video William Rankin of Yale University talks about his map of Chicago, highlighting some pretty straightforward but thoughtful considerations on about demographic visualisations on maps. “Any city-dweller knows that most neighborhoods don’t have stark boundaries. Yet on

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Dots Concentration VS Areas for Demographic Visualizations

In this post and video William Rankin of Yale University talks about his map of Chicago, highlighting some pretty straightforward but thoughtful considerations on about demographic visualisations on maps. “Any city-dweller knows that most neighborhoods don’t have stark boundaries. Yet on

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