When you picture urban road networks, you likely think of bustling streets, heavy traffic, and city transit systems. Not Craig Taylor, a Data Visualization Design Manager at Ito World. His
There’s no denying that digital technology and social media have dramatically transformed our world. We are very good at creating new tools, but less so in optimizing their use for the good of all
“I wish to illuminate the damage, the breakage, the fragmentation. Somehow, if I can make it beautiful, I can make it one again.”
"Real engagement often starts with an interesting and fantastic experience in nature or through art."
— Tone Bjordam, Norwegian Visual Artist
One of the challenges of analysing textual data in the social-sciences or humanities is that data often requires a binary categorization: does it fall into this box, or that box? This can be a tough call to make, especially when working with data that needs that extra bit of context to be interpreted. And if your data set is too huge to be read through with that level of care, you might want to use a computer to answer some quick questions and give you the gist of it (by making a word cloud, for instance).
“Learning is the only way to turn failure into success.”
A museum that celebrates the founding of the coal mining industry in a small town in Southeast Kentucky will soon be powered by clean, renewable energy. Owned by Southeast Kentucky Community and Technical College, The Kentucky Coal Mining Museum has ironically found a new way to cut down costs: solar energy.
By: Jaime Clifton, Research Curator