Data Visualization

Designers, developers, journalists, artists: Get a head start on your entry for the Data Viz Challenge! Join Eyebeam to get seasoned advice in a skillshare led by George Michael Brower and Jono Brandel (designers, Google Creative Lab), Aaron Meyers (Eyebeam Fellow and interactive media designer), and Evan You (designer of Internet Censorship).

 
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The Challenge: Visualize Your Taxes

We give you the numbers; you make them speak to us.

Every year, Americans fill out income tax forms and make their payments to the IRS. It’s an important civic duty, but do we really know where our tax dollars go? Using data provided by WhatWePayFor.com, Eyebeam challenges you to create data visualizations that make it easier and more interesting for taxpayers to understand just how the government spends our money.

Project Created: 
February 2011
 
Start Date: 
26 Feb 2011
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1PM–6PM
Cost: 
Free with registration
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Designers, developers, journalists, and artists: Get a head start on your entry for the Data Viz Challenge!

1:00–2:30PM  Get seasoned advice in a discussion and workshop led by George Michael Brower and Jono Brandel (designers, Google Creative Lab), Aaron Meyers (Eyebeam Fellow and interactive media designer), and Evan You (designer of Internet Censorship).

2:30–6:00PM  Start visualizing your taxes! Work on your own or as a team with guidance from our Skillshare leaders.

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Parallel Coordinates

I used a new free and open-source data visualization application called Protovis to make interactive parallel coordinate graphs of the entire catalogs of 50 Cent, Jay-Z, Biggie & Nas through the Hip-Hop Word Count analysis. In honor of his Bornday 50’s is posted here.

 

Parallel Coordinates

I used a new free and open-source data visualization application called Protovis to make interactive parallel coordinate graphs of the entire catalogs of 50 Cent, Jay-Z, Biggie & Nas through the Hip-Hop Word Count analysis. Jay-Z’s is posted here.

 

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I will unveil the Hip-Hop Word Count at Eyebeam Open Studios

Where: Eyebeam Atelier: 540 West 21 Street Between 10th & 11th Avenues
When: Friday June 25th 3PM-6PM & Saturday June 26th 3PM-6PM

The Hip-Hop Word Count (HHWC) is a searchable ethnographic database built from the lyrics of over 40,000 Hip-Hop songs from 1979 to present day. The database is the heart of an online analysis tool that generates textual and quantified reports on searched phrases, syntax, memes and socio-political ideas.

 

I’ve decided to release a new Rap Data Pack™ every month until Labor Day. Vote below to let me know who you would like to see next.

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I uploaded the Rap Data Pack™ Jay-Z to Many Eyes. Click the *View Data* link below and make your own visualizations.

 
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