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Natalia Juncadella, Girl Talk, A map of the top 20 body image words used by females across age, Girl Talk by Natalia Juncadella
Eric Chao, The Most Likely Sentence, A powerpoint simulation of a website that generate words and sentences while visualizing each word’s relative frequency and the correlations with gender, The Most Likely Sentence
Tara Siegel, An interactive visualization that explore the transition between the use of ‘I’ to ‘We’ related words as age progresses in normal everyday speech based off location. Live Site
Adi Dahiya, Tweet Topic Correlations Between US Counties. Interactive graph visualization online here.
Justin Lee, “What would they say?”
Anastasiya Shekhtman, Noise of Time, a collective poem.
Diyva Prabhakar, WWBP Project
Post files/links and 1 sentence title/description for Project 3 – Mapping Experience:
Divya Prabhakar. Mapping current College of Arts and Sciences students to their most likely future selves, based on the post-graduation data from the past 6 years. Print mapping can be viewed here FINALFINALMAPP.
Tara Siegel, “Women in Software Engineering – A visualization of inequality”: A interactive commentary on the absence of women engineers in the tech world. The accompanying visualization illustrates the point using a crowd sourced data set of ~130 smaller tech companies. Link
Adi Dahiya, Electronic Sound Synthesis – An interactive web-based synthesizer & 3D canvas that visualizes a synthesized instrument’s amplitude envelope over time. [Link]
Justin Lee, “Guitar Map” – An interactive application for visualizing finger positions of chord progressions on a fretboard. Link.
Eric Chao, “UPenn Food Availability” – An interactive map that shows available restaurants and food trucks arranged by time. UPenn Food Availability Presentation
Natalia Juncadella, The Sweet Spot: A map that reveals the location of the highest concentration of sugar per serving size in a supermarket. Map: The Sweet Spot. Presentation: The Sweet Spot Presentation
Natalia Juncadella, One Size Does Not Fit All: A comparison of size “small” across American clothing brands, One Size Does Not Fit All
An interactive application where one can experiment with pitch by altering the length of a string. [Link]