Gephi Lab: A 19th Century The Social Network

April 18, 2018 / 0 comments

Intro I have chosen to represent one of the original documentations of a social network, created in Germany by the teacher Johannes Delitsch of an all boys 4th grade class in 1880/81. Delitsch documented the social connections and relationships between the 53 boys in his class, “he wanted to understand why and between whom friendship…

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Network Visualization and Analysis for the Domestic Airlines

April 15, 2018 / 0 comments

Introduction Sometimes it might be more helpful to visualize the data by revealing their patterns and trends. Gephi is a great tool for exploring and visualizing large network graphs. In this lab, Gephi was used to create a visualization graph that could analysis the data of the domestic airlines by highlighting the travelling paths and…

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Mapping the social structure of dolphins using Gephi

April 14, 2018 / 0 comments

Introduction My original idea to test the network graphing tool, Gephi, was to create a family map using the notoriously complicated cast of the ABC show, Once Upon a Time. However, that dream was quickly crushed when I failed to find a fan-made data set of the cast members, and now I am considering making…

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Gephi: Letter Exchanges Across Europe

April 13, 2018 / 0 comments

Introduction: Big data sets of social networks can be analyzed and viewed in different perspectives through visualization programs such as Gephi. Being an open-source tool, it is accessible and free for public use. Its functions include “exploring, analyzing, spatializing, filtering, clustering, manipulating and exporting”[1] data sets. Its “flexible architecture” can detect patterns and help users gather…

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Visualizing Homelessness in New York City

April 12, 2018 / 0 comments

  This semester, I’ve taken an interest in the lives of homeless individuals. I begun learning about their experiences through my Advanced Design Research course, chatting with homeless individuals in New York City and volunteering at shelters. Until a few weeks ago, I relied mostly on ethnographic research such as observations, interviews and diary studies….

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A Simple Cost-Benefit Analysis of Refugee Movements

April 12, 2018 / 0 comments

Visualizations here: https://evanvolow.carto.com/builder/e68ddab2-14f4-440b-8546-09206070ee29/embed For our Carto lab, I vacillated a bit as to what topic I wanted to explore–chalk it up to not undertaking a geospatial project in a while. I came down to two particular datasets. WHO has data on the number of cases of multi-drug resistant tuberculosis by country, which I wanted to…

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Bike Rack Distribution In New York City

April 12, 2018 / 0 comments

For this Carto Lab, I wanted to see how bike friendly New York City is by looking at the distribution of bike rack in the relationship with bike lanes. New York was on the top 20 list of the world’s bi-annual bicycle-friendly city index created by a Copenhagen-based consulting firm Copenhagenize. The accessibility of bike…

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Farmers Market Directory: Where are the Organic Markets?

April 12, 2018 / 0 comments

Introduction: Using the data from the Farmers Market Directory from data.gov I was able to visualize a part of the data that I had not found possible in my previous work. I wanted to focus on mapping specific types of farmers markets that are sought after in this trending world of eating and using fresh…

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Mapping 2016 New York State Hate Crimes

April 12, 2018 / 0 comments

introduction I began this lab with the idea of mapping hate crimes with a heat map as I thought this type of map would best express the intensity of these crimes that I was trying to stress. Initially, my thought was to work with data that would represent just New York City (the five boroughs)…

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Mapping West Virginia’s Opioid Crisis

April 12, 2018 / 0 comments

  Over the course of the last two decades, people with opioid addiction and deaths by drug overdoses have increased five-fold, with 115 Americans dying from this cause per day as of 2016 (CDC, 2017). According to the CDC, West Virginia had the highest rate of deaths by drug overdose in 2016, nearly 13% higher…

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Visualizing NYC Lower Manhattan Retailers with Carto

April 12, 2018 / 0 comments

Lower Manhattan is one of New York City’s most affluent and crowded districts. It is not only a financial district where Wall Street locates and highly-educated people stay, but also a must-see tourist destination. Therefore, as a business district, Lower Manhattan is highly competitive, and also full of opportunities. To better understand  the retailer market…

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Remapping Hopper at the Theatre

April 12, 2018 / 0 comments

Introduction This report explores categorical and geospatial data collected through the Linked Open Data (LOD) for Museums Fellowship offered by the Pratt Institute School of Information and the Whitney Museum of American Art and visualized using CARTO, a proprietary Software as a Service (SaaS) cloud based platform for GIS and web mapping. The goal of…

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Visualizing NYC New Construction Data Using Carto

April 12, 2018 / 0 comments

Heat Map of New Construction in NYC 2018 https://vsaunder.carto.com/builder/1812fc93-fd8a-4f96-aad4-179c91bcd1dc/embed Carto offers analytical and visualization tools for use with location and spatial data. Working with multiple data sets to get a feel for how the application operates provided me with a starting point for grasping their “location intelligence” methodology (carto.com). Carto offers numerous analysis tools to…

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Info Vis Lab 3: Carto

April 12, 2018 / 0 comments

Link to the Visualization This lab was my first experience using Carto. I initially wanted to use this data from Peace Research Institute Oslo. Every time I tried to upload it, however, I encountered a “data has too many rows” error message, despite it only having 1900+ rows. I eventually conceded defeat and switched to…

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