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Data Visualizations from the New York Times

Everyone loves a good data visualization. And everyone loves a good data visualization even more if the visualization is interactive. The New York Times Graphics Department makes data visualizations every day. These are a few of my favorites. Continue reading

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Choose Your Own Visualization

Reading, writing, and analyzing Choose Your Own Adventure stories can be a compelling way for ESL students to practice reading and writing. Continue reading

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My Favorite Data Visualization

A baseball-based data visualization that packs a lot of information into a neat, clean package. Continue reading

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Data Visualization: Attendance vs. GPA

Data on students’ attendance and grade point averages (GPAs) are compared visually. The results make a compelling argument for attendance and will be shared with students. Continue reading

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Processing Data Visualizations

Processing is a programming language designed to allow users to quickly sketch our images and animations. Learning Processing is a lot like learning any other language. I’m hoping to use it to create ways to express data visually. Continue reading

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Raw. What is it good for?

Raw is a user friendly way to visualize data. Enter your data, select from 15 different chart types, and then drag and drop different components into all of the possible fields until you get what you want. And your data is crunched in the browser, which means you keep it without uploading it to a server. Continue reading

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Data is Beautiful

The dataisbeautiful subreddit is a great resource and online forum for data visualizations. Continue reading

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Projects

Posts that I’ve filed under Projects are things that ongoing items that I’m working on or have recently completed. Past projects have included my $50 Interactive Whiteboard, using Second Life to teach ESL, and my Google Maps / YouTube Mashup. … Continue reading

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