Enrico Bertini is an acclaimed researcher in the field of data visualization. He has a background in Computer Science and is currently Assistant Professor at NYU Tandon School of Engineering in the CSE Department. He hosts Data Stories Podcast.
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We discuss the exciting Svelte framework for web development, which is especially well suited for developing interactive data visualizations. Hear how it compares to other frameworks like react, why web development nowadays seems so complicated, and finally, hear a few ideas for last minute dataviz-related present ideas for the holiday season Links Svelte tutorial svelte.recipes Svelte Radio Mathias Stahl: How you setup data visualization with Svelte Layercake “I am a book. I am a portal to the universe.” Pilot G-Tec C4  https://www.madefromdata.com/products https://frontendmasters.com/courses/d3/ https://frontendmasters.com/courses/svelte/   Remember: our podcast is listener-supported, please consider making a donation! Using Patreon or Paypal. Thanks Related episodes NYT Graphics and D3 with Mike Bostock and Shan Carter The Pudding with Matt Daniels
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In this classic episode we go over highlights from the IEEE VIS’20 conference. We cover a broad set of themes with Danielle Szafir from University of Colorado and Miriah Meyer from University of Utah, who helped us explore latest trends in visualization. See the main links and details in the show notes below. There is a lot to explore! Remember: our podcast is listener-supported, please consider making a donation! Using Patreon or Paypal. Links Topic: IEEE VIS conference Miriah Meyer Danielle  PolicyViz episode on IEEE VIS 2020: Short paper: Why Shouldn’t All Charts Be Scatter Plots? 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before in episode 98) to talk about a new project she and her team developed to help people reason about the covid19 pandemic at a local community level. The team developed a simulation game that shows you what happens when you make certain sets of decisions over time that may affect the spread of the virus. You can play with others and your goal is to cooperate. Needless to say the tool uses some really interesting visualizations also but this is not the main point. It’s interesting to see the intersection between data visualization, simulation and gaming. With Shirley we talk about how the project started, specific challenges they faced, how it was received, and future developments. Other simulations: WaPo: Why outbreaks like coronavirus spread exponentially, and how to “flatten the curve” Nicky Case: What Happens Next? Melting Asphalt: Outbreak https://datastori.es/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/161_Made_by_Headliner.mp4 Related episodes Data Sketches with Nadieh Bremer and Shirley Wu
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We finally decided to record an episode on visualization and covid19. It’s been a crazy several weeks and one of the most interesting developments has been to see how prominent visualization has been in the constant flux of information. Who expected visualization to be so relevant, uh?! And when we talk about data and pandemics we could not find a better person than Carl Bergstrom, Professor of Biology at University of Washington, with a background in epidemiology but also an expert in scientific practices and communication. You may remember Carl from an episode about three years ago (Episode 97). We interviewed him together with his colleague Jevin West to talk about their excellent “Calling Bullshit” project (and let’s face it, there is no lack of BS during these crazy times), a course (and soon to be a book) on how to spot BS in science. Carl has been a constant source of information and reasoning on Twitter. Commenting on the science behind pandemics but also about the way science is communicated and the many possible traps you may fall into. If there is one thing we all learned is that visualization without reliable data is a mess! In the show, we talk about a number of iconic covid19 visualizations, the “flatten the curve” ones, the tracking lines from Financial Times and several simulations. For each of these we discuss the many variations and nuances, what we have learned from them and the many intricacies of creating visualizations for such a sensitive topic with potential huge outcomes. [Our podcast is fully listener-supported. That’s why you don’t have to listen to ads! Please consider becoming a supporter on Patreon or sending us a one-time donation through Paypal. And thank you!] Links: Prof. Carl Bergstrom Siouxsie Wiles’ Flatten the Curve cartoon Medium: Don’t Flatten the Curve Vox: Coronavirus mitigation could kill thousands. Suppress the virus, don’t just “flatten the curve.” Scientific American: Leading with the Unknowns in COVID-19 Models WaPo: Why outbreaks like coronavirus spread exponentially, and how to “flatten the curve” Carl’s tweet on normalizing by population size (or not?) Matthew Fox’s Tweet on Uncertainty Bounds in the IHME model Stats and Tracking: COVID Projections Tracker FT’s tracker: Coronavirus tracked: the latest figures as countries fight to contain the pandemic Our World in data: Coronavirus Pandemic (COVID-19) – Statistics and Research John Hopkins tracker: COVID-19 Map – Johns Hopkins Coronavirus Resource Center Visual Simulations: People of the Pandemic | a hyperlocal cooperative simulation game Why outbreaks like coronavirus spread exponentially, and how to “flatten the curve” What Happens Next? COVID-19 Futures, Explained With Playable Simulations Outbreak https://datastori.es/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/160-covid19.mp4 Related episodes Calling Bullshit with Carl Bergstrom and Jevin West
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