Today we commemorate the November Pogroms of 1938, but antisemitic violence in the German Reich started years before #9November, as our #datavis project #TopografieDerGewalt with @firstname.lastname@example.org and @email@example.com demonstrates:
Layers of Meaning was just presented by @HLMQA@twitter.com at #ieeevis—great conceptual & empirical work on #datavis for humanist research with an emphasis on material and practice: https://projectcornelia.be/uploads/lamqaddam_vis_2020_preprint.pdf
PS: Curious about our group? Listen to @firstname.lastname@example.org: https://youtu.be/08I2gvy0Swk?t=5524
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In July, Barbara Avila Vissirini presented her work on visual systems for input enhancement in grammar instruction at #ECLL2020.
📄The paper is now online: https://papers.iafor.org/submission57688/
📹Watch the recording of the talk: http://uclab.fh-potsdam.de/v4l/ECLL2020Vissirini.mp4
so excited this is out! the fold has been a theory side project at @email@example.com for last 3 years accompanying (and maybe complicating) several research projects at intersection of #datavis and #dh.
huge thanks to my amazing colleagues and collaborators @firstname.lastname@example.org and @email@example.com!
In lieu of in-person tutorials in my #infovis class this passing summer, I wrote eight @ProjectJupyter@twitter.com notebooks on data wrangling and visualization making heavy use of pandas and @firstname.lastname@example.org via Altair:
Feel free to read, reuse and revise!
New project »Topography of Violence« in collaboration with @JMBerlin@twitter.com and @email@example.com is now online at https://www.jmberlin.de/topographie-gewalt/ and on display in the new permanent exhibition opening this Sunday.
Stellar #datavis design and development by @firstname.lastname@example.org!
Photo: Yves Sucksdorff
Today at 15:10 (Berlin UTC+2) Barbara Avila Vissirini will be talking live about visual systems for grammar instruction at the #ECLL2020 conference.
Follow her talk at this Facebooks page: https://www.facebook.com/IAFORJAPAN
Today in the #infovis reading group (a course i teach at @FHPotsdam@twitter.com), we read the feminist #datavis paper by @email@example.com & @firstname.lastname@example.org and noticed how the topic has evolved over the last 5 years.
It started with one question:
»What would feminist data visualization look like?«
On a more positive note: the special issue of the Information Design Journal with contributions by presenters of Information+ 2018 in Potsdam is now online!
A big thank you to our wonderful contributors and reviewers!
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