Post your final projects below with title, brief description, links, and files
(make sure you include data sources and description in your project)
Remove any outdated proposals.
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BEsearch: an Index of Penn’s Bioengineering Faculty
An interactive, visual diagram that provides information about professors’ research interests, publication history, and student ratings of their teaching performance.
Please view with Acrobat.
Accompanying slide deck
Sources: PennCourseReview, SEAS Faculty Directory
A Study of Complete Streets Policies: Who Passes Them? (Megan Ryerson, CPLN faculty)
An interactive matrix that allows users to examine the demographic data characteristic of states that do and do not pass Complete Streets Policies, based on clusters determined by the k-means method.
Tire Tracks (See Course Folder for video)
Project: Poetry Movements Across Time
Proposal: esther.proposal Description: A composite graphic of data extracted from two major poetry websites to analyze the development of poetic genres from 1770-2001. The Internet is selective about which poems are made available to the public for each poet–what does this say about the site curators? The level of interest in poetry in general as poems get digitalized and made accessible online? Data
“The Candidate Brand”
A two-part project that explores presidential campaign logos between 1960-2012. The first part is a large wall graphic timeline in which the logos are dissected by their design qualities. The second part is an interactive pdf that allows viewers to sort the logos based on several design and ideological parameters. Open the second file in Acrobat in order to see the interactivity.
Final Pieces: Amelia_ThesisFinal; Amelia_CandidateBrand
“But which emoji do I use?”
Linguistic landscape of Philadelphia Chinatown (Jiwon Woo, Penn MFA)
HUE OF PHILA – Visualizing Mural Arts in Philadelphia(Shira Walinsky, MuralArts)