- Introduction of History Moves geospatial data and visualizations
- History Moves Visualization Resources
Rosenberg, Daniel, and Anthony Grafton. Cartographies of Time: A History of the Timeline. 1st ed. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2010. (skim whole book)
Staley, David J. “Chap 2: Visualization As an Alternative to Prose” and “Chap. 3: Visual Secondary Sources” in Computers, Visualization, and History: How New Technology Will Transform Our Understanding of the Past. Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe, 2014. pp. 29-89.
Tufte, Edward R. “Chapter 1: Images and Quantities, Chapter 2: Visual and Statistical Thinking, Chapter 7: Visual Confections” In Visual Explanations: Images and Quantities, Evidence and Narrative. Cheshire, Conn: Graphics Press, 1997.
Find two web sites that use visualizations in interesting ways and post them below. One should be just downright good and the other should be relevant to your semester project.
Name: Shoshanah Tarkow
- (Also interesting: https://www.good.is/infographics)
Name: Phyllis Plitch
(The map in particular relates to my project. With credit to Leah Yale Potter, who offered up the site as an exemplary historical visualization in NYU’s Creating Digital History fall 2016 semester class.)
Name: Hannah Katz
- https://livingnewdeal.org/ – this isn’t super high tech, but I think it’s really cool to be able to see everything that the New Deal impacted in this geographic way, especially with the current administration.
- http://www.socialexplorer.com/explore/maps – this is interesting mapping, not what I would call just a great site, but interesting and relevant.
Name: Jane Excell
Name: Whitney Davis
Name: Alfo G. Aguado
Name: John Petinos
Name: Cat Coyle
- We Feel Fine
- The Cork Memory Map (if We Feel Fine is still acting weird)
- Also, this isn’t relevant for today, but I stumbled across an awesome use of TEI.
- Cause of death : http://flowingdata.com/2016/01/05/causes-of-death/
- Communities of Online – https://xkcd.com/802/