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Dutch Baroque Paintings at The Metropolitan Museum of Art: A Quantitative Assessment of a Collection

These visualizations are based on the metadata assigned to The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Dutch-painting collection. They are meant to facilitate trend detection and sense making with respect to the Museum’s acquisitions history and collection strengths in this fine-art area.

Influence Network of Literary Authors

The selection of authors in the network is made up of fiction and poetry writers of various subdivisions. The Network of Literary Authors is derived from curated SPARQL queries for ‘influenced/influenced by’ DBpedia properties and shows color groupings representing only 19 communities based on influence connections between nearly 1000 authors.

Hidden Worlds: Masking Gender in Science Fiction

This project conducted network analysis research on an online database of female-identified science fiction writers who wrote under pseudonyms, focusing particularly on those that used pseudonyms that were…

Graphic Novel

This is a short music video of digital photos of the final graphic novel project of student J.D. Arden. The goal of this project was to create an…

Why Feminism Still Matters (Graphic Novel)

For our final project we were asked to create a 5-8 page comic book with educational aims. I chose to focus on the 3rd Wave of Feminism, or…

Agricultural Economics of Lebensraum: Beyond Good and Evil

The title of this visualization is the Agricultural Economics of Lebensraum; Beyond Good and Evil. Lebensraum is German for living space, and agriculture was a mainstay for its…

GIS Analysis of Stop and Frisks Near Public Housing Areas in 2011

This mapping project examines stop and frisk data and public housing data.

Maker Known: Data Quilt 2.0

This data quilt, an information visualization, is the second in a series of textile objects that archive an ongoing digital humanities research project/blog: Runaway Quilt Project.

Network Visualization of IA Cardsorts

This project uses data generated in LIS 643 and network visualization software used in LIS 658 to analyze participants’ grouping of web pages during a cardsort exercise and explores the efficacy of using network visualizations of this data.

Occupy Wall Street: A Brief History of the 99%

This poster summarizes the history and impact of the Occupy Movement, using government sources and data to put together the story.