Visualizing the network of disorders and disease genes

November 15, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction The relationship between genes and disorders is always an exciting topic in bioscience. In my lab practice, I would like to visualize the relationship between disorders and disease genes. In this way, it could be clear for researchers to know which kind of disorders have the greatest relationships with other genes and disorders. The……

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Visualization of the america Flights Network

November 15, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction  The United States may be the world’s biggest economic engines. On this gorgeous map of the US flight paths, designed by colleagues Scott Hessels and Gabriel Dunne at UCLA, traces some 60,000 routes on major and regional airlines around the country. I was fascinated by those relatively faint purple lines for each individual route and bright white nodes……

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NETWORK ANALYSIS on the developers and the modules of the Perl language

November 15, 2019 / 0 comments

INTRODUCTION Perl is a programming language that a family of high-level, universal, literal, and dynamic programming languages. Originally designed by Larry Wall to make reporting on UNIX more convenient, he decided to develop a generic manuscript language, which was published on December 18, 1987. CPAN is a online community contains a lot of software and……

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Duck, Duck, Goose analysis: Examining Geese Foraging Spatial Network patterns by gender

November 13, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction Animals grazing on the same patch during a sampling period were assumed to be associating (gambit of the group) Materials I accessed the fowl database through networkrepository.org , an eponymous open-source log with a substantial amount of animal behavior data. This specific data on foraging patterns came from a published animal interaction study conducted……

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Visualizing the connections between hollywood film producers and composers

November 13, 2019 / 0 comments

In his study, Faulkner examined the network and connections between producers and composers. He found that each connection a producer made with a composer was essentially a business transaction. The more well-known a composer was, it was more likely that he would work on films with the largest budgets and greatest chance at commercial success….

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How to Win Friends and Influence People: 1880-1881 German Schoolboys Edition

November 13, 2019 / 0 comments

One of the earliest studies in the field of social network analysis was in the year of 1880-1881, where German teacher, Johannes Delitsch, collected the socio-relational data of a class of 53 students. This study is particularly significant for providing “insight into the process of friendship formation in school classes during an interesting time where……

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unveiling GLOBAL trade patterns using network analysis

November 13, 2019 / 0 comments

INTRODUCTION Originating from mathematician Leonhard Euler’s graph theory, prior to the era of modern-day computing, network analysis was initially applied to social science research. Since then, we have witnessed a wide-spread adaption of the field, as computer development has allowed for analysis and visualization of large and complex networks, ranging from social media to politics……

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Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 1 : Most Influencial Characters

November 13, 2019 / 0 comments

The Marvel Universe, a fictional universe with a great number of characters that are all connected in some way. The universe has more than 10,000 characters. The focus of this visualization will be on phase 1 of the Marvel Universe(2008 – 2012). The goal is to find the most connected characters in this time period.……

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Visualizing the game of throne social network

November 13, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction  Games of Thrones (GoT) is a widely popular series based on a novel by George R.R. Martin titled “A Song of Fire and Ice.” It is the most popular show in HBO history averaging 44.2 million viewers per episode in gross audience for season eight, which was the final season (Mitovich, 2019). To summarize……

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David Copperfield: Nouns & Adjectives

November 12, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction The English language has patterns, which can be revealed through network visualizations. Analyzing noun and adjective frequency and relationship can help understand the common English language habits for a certain time period. This visualization looks at the writing of 19th century writer Charles Dickens, specifically his novel David Copperfield. Through this, we will explore……

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Network Analysis on domestic flights in the United States 2017.1

November 12, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction: The United States is the world’s third or fourth-largest country by total area. U.S. airlines carried more passengers on domestic flights than international flights. Today, the numbers of flights and passengers keep rising due to cheaper tickets and travel plans. For me, it’s interesting to see how people traveling around the country and the……

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A Network analysis of the uswnt

November 12, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction After the FIFA Women’s World Cup this summer I became very interested in the US Women’s National Team (USWNT) and have been following their games since. When coming up with an idea for a network analysis assignment, I thought it would be interesting to see a network analysis of the goals from the last……

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GAME OF THRONES NETWORK VISUALIZATION

November 12, 2019 / 0 comments

INTRODUCTION Game of Thrones is a series based on George R.R. Martin’s best-selling book series “A Song of Ice and Fire”. This captivating series gained immense popularity because of the vast plethora of characters and its intriguing plots. Being an admirer of the series, I decided to create a network visualization and analysis based on……

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SAVE THE DATE – #infoshow20

November 9, 2019 / 0 comments

#infoshow20, the annual showcase of School of Information Student work, will be held Wednesday May 13, 2020 from 5:30-8:00pm, followed by a reception 8:00-9:30pm at Pratt Manhattan Center – 144 W. 14th St, NYC. Author information Pratt iSchool | The post SAVE THE DATE – #infoshow20 appeared first on #infoshow.

Monuments in New York City

October 11, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction For this assignment I used statistical visualizations to understand the landscape of when and where monuments were constructed in New York City. I wanted to better understand the rate at which they were built. For example, were there more built earlier in New York’s history than today? Additionally I was curious if there were……

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Threatened species in the EU – looking from a Global perspective

October 11, 2019 / 0 comments

Visualizations aiming to present the situation of the threatened species in the European Union from a global perspective The post Threatened species in the EU – looking from a Global perspective appeared first on Information Visualization.

Dog Bite risk in NYC

October 11, 2019 / 0 comments

INTRODUCTION Dog is always one of the most popular pets in American families. They are loyal, affectionate and bring lots of joy to their master. However, a dog can be dangerous without proper training could result in destructive behaviors. Nearly five million people in the US are bitten by dogs each year. The most common……

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Suicide Rates Overview

October 10, 2019 / 0 comments

Compares socio-economic info with suicide rates by year and country Introduction This compiled dataset pulled from four other datasets linked by time and place and was built to find signals correlated to increased suicide rates among different cohorts globally, across the socio-economic spectrum. Materials I find this dataset in kaggle (https://www.kaggle.com) which is an online……

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New York City Death Analysis (since 2007)

October 9, 2019 / 0 comments

Introduction & Inspiration Health is always an important topic for our daily lives. I’m always interested in reading articles about health and doing research on how might we live healthier. I got my inspiration for this lab from the World Health Origination. I got shocked that the top two causes of death in 2016 and……

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Who bikes more in nyc: Citi Bike trips of january 2018

October 9, 2019 / 0 comments

Biking is a great and cost-effective way to get around a city. This visualization uses Citi Bike trip data to provide useful insights such as who bikes more between gender groups, what are the most popular start stations and more. The post Who bikes more in nyc: Citi Bike trips of january 2018 appeared first…

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