In-Class Presentations: Student 11 and Student 12
Description: This unit will focus on data visualization. Specific topics of discussion will be the advantages and limitations of visualization as a means of communication as and the methods for fitting the correct visualization to the correct dataset. The practicum will introduce several visualization packages that will be used to generate visualizations of data previously created during course practicums.
- Jeffrey Heer, Michael Bostock, and Vadim Ogievetsky, “A Tour Through the Visualization Zoo.” [http://homes.cs.washington.edu/~jheer/files/zoo/].
- Ravi Parikh, “How to Lie with Data Visualization.” Heap Analytics Blog, Apr 14, 2014 [http://data.heapanalytics.com/how-to-lie-with-data-visualization/].
- Angela Zoss, “Introduction to Data Visualization.” Duke University Library [http://guides.library.duke.edu/datavis/].
- Chelsea S. Yeh, Daniel Borkin, Hanspeter Pfister, and Aude Oliva, “Beyond Memorability: Visualization, Recognition, and Recall” [http://vcg.seas.harvard.edu/files/pfister/files/infovis_submission251-camera.pdf?m=1441898216].