Human grouping vs clustering, taking FIFA 2019 soccer player data as an example

April 21, 2019 / 0 comments

This is a network among the registered players in FIFA 2019, a well-known video game of soccer, with the nodes as players, and the edges as the shared skillset. In this network, the players have more similar skill set will have a stronger connection. The post Human grouping vs clustering, taking FIFA 2019 soccer player…

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Dolphin social connection visualization

April 21, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction The bottlenose dolphin is a very intelligent social creature. Just like humans, dolphins group have their own social connection with each member. They communicate with their group by ultrasonic, which can help them exchange information and divide their work and make decisions. This visualization work shows a sample of a social network of 62……

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Amazon POLITICS BOOK NETWORK: THe relationship of Books purchasing by the same buyer

April 20, 2019 / 0 comments

INTRODUCTION & RESEARCH In the past few months, I have always been researching on the passionate topic that it would drive me to visualize. Sometimes, it didn’t easy to look for relevant data on a certain topic. Amazon has more than 8 million Book sales on their platform. With this pig amount of books, it……

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Network Analysis of Zachary’s karate club

April 20, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction Zachary’s karate club is a great example of social relationships within a small group. This set of data indicated the interactions of club members outside of the club. This dataset also documented the conflict between the instructor, Mr.Hi, and the club president, John because of course price. In the end, half of the members……

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The Connection Between Words in Novel David Copperfield

April 20, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction I’ve always interested in anything about language and linguistics, especially to know how different language connect adjectives and nouns. I believe the language we speak would somehow impact how individuals perceive the world in their own way.Lera Boroditsky, a cognitive scientist and professor in the fields of language and cognition. Borodisky is now one……

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Connections in the Marvel Universe

April 20, 2019 / 0 comments

The Marvel Universe is a fictional universe where the stories in most American comic book titles and other media published by Marvel Comics take place. It has a huge amount of characters which are all connected in some way. With more than 10,000 characters it can be hard to see the overall picture and how……

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Networking diversity in children’s literature

April 20, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction For the past three months, I have been conducting a diversity audit of Brooklyn Heights Montessori School’s library collection. Using Karen Jensen’s Diversity Audit Outline, I am examining each book in the library’s Fiction collection to determine how much of the collection includes diverse experiences and representations. Examples of the diversity types include: ability……

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World Trade Network in 1994

April 20, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction The network is a more complicated concept compared to other data vis genres. On a network the meanings of edges. Since the required elements of data are particular. There are not many options for me to choose from. I used the 1994 World Trade data from CASOS Public Datase1ts. Through the visualization of this……

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Hollywood Film Music: NETWORK OF COMPOSERS AND PRODUCERS

April 18, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction This network contains the collaboration of 40 composers of film scores and the 62 producers who produced a minimum of five movies in Hollywood, 1964-1976. This is a 2-mode network: a line between a composer and a producer indicates that the former created the soundtrack for the movie produced by the latter. The line……

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A network of disorders and disease genes

April 18, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction Nowadays, we live in an era of advanced science and technology, but at the same time, more and more complex diseases are emerging. When I was a little girl, some of my family members died for different cancer at their young age. They all were practitioners with professional medical backgrounds but still suffered from……

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social Network analysis: an exploration of “Class of 1880/81: friendship network of a German boys’ school class from 1880/1881”

April 18, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction Friendship or personal relationship ties make up many of the networks that we are a part of or can observe. These relationships not only tell us about individual’s closeness to or support of one another, but can also tell us about the sociocultural/historical/economic context at the time, as well as effects of gender, race,……

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Human grouping vs clustering, taking FIFA 2019 soccer player data as an example

April 18, 2019 / 0 comments

This is a network among the registered players in FIFA 2019, a well-known video game of soccer, with the nodes as players, and the edges as the shared skillset. In this network, the players have more similar skill set will have a stronger connection. The post Human grouping vs clustering, taking FIFA 2019 soccer player…

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Lab 4: Connecting Words

April 18, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction For this week’s lab, I used a dataset that included the most commonly used nouns and adjectives from Charles Dickens’ novel, David Copperfield. Some of the questions I wanted to ask were: What are the common words used in this novel? Are there common words that could be closely connected to the themes of……

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A Conversation with Rosanna Flouty

April 18, 2019 / 0 comments

Rosanna Flouty (image from NYU faculty page) I had the privilege of speaking with Rosanna Flouty, museum studies professor at NYU and museum professional, at her office in Greenwich Village. Rosanna’s work has brought her to museums like the Guggenheim, the ICA Boston, the Whitney, and the Broad. Oftentimes, she has positioned herself at the forefront…

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Visualizing military alliances in the 20th century

April 18, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction As a history graduate, I have always been extremely interested in how our past shapes and informs our present social, political, economic and cultural contexts. A large part of understanding history and applying it to the present comes from understanding relationships between state and non-state actors; in other words, networks. As relationships are critical……

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MOST POPULAR IN THIRD grade: analysis of A PRIMARY SCHOOL Interaction network

April 18, 2019 / 0 comments

This semester I have been exploring various aspects of public health information as data visualizations.  I was interested in finding a dataset to use to explore network data with Gephi, open source software that allows you to create various network visualizations with datasets.  In my search I came across this dataset on the website SocioPatterns,……

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Contact Network in Primary School

April 17, 2019 / 0 comments

BACKGROUND: Primary school is an important stage in child development. The brain develops rapidly in the early years of childhood, and primary school plays a crucial role of nurturing the mind. Primary school is a place where young children not only learn to read and write, but also interact and get along with one another.……

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Digital Partnerships: Reflections on a Conversation w.

April 15, 2019 / 0 comments

Digital Partnerships: Reflections on a Conversation w. Cuseum (Image c/o Boston Business Journal) Last Wednesday Pratt Emerging Museum Professionals (also known as PEMP, a student affiliate group of the National Emerging Museum Professional Network) hosted a talk with Dan Sullivan, Head of Growth Partnership for Cuseum. Cuseum is a company that partners with museums and cultural institutions…

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Online to Offline: Artificial Intelligence helps to design a personalized museum in digital era

April 14, 2019 / 0 comments

Online to Offline: Artificial Intelligence helps to design a personalized museum in the digital era How do you visit the museum? As an explorer or experience seeker, you probably would love to adventure museum like Tracy Chevalier, the author of Girl with a Pearl Earning, who always does her secret curation in a museum or gallery…

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Adding Accessibility to the Digital Strategic Plan?

April 13, 2019 / 0 comments

Throughout the course Museum Digital Strategy, we have discussed whether museums need a digital strategic plan across their whole institution, or if the museum can entrust that responsibility to individual departments who can craft their own digital plans as they see fit. Accessibility within the museum space can be looked at in a similar fashion,…

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