Hi! This is a repository of code examples and instructions for an introductory workshop about data visualization for learning spaces. This workshop also introduces participants to data visualization with the Processing Programming Language and Unfolding Maps Library. This workshop was developed in collaboration with the EdLab at Teachers College, Columbia University. Check out some of the EdLab's amazing work at: https://edlab.tc.columbia.edu
TO USE CODE EXAMPLES/PARTICIPATE IN THIS WORKSHOP:
- If you haven't already, please download the most recent version of Processing at: https://processing.org/download/
- Place the folder titled "Unfolding" included in this repository within your processing "libraries" folder (located within the Processing folder on your computer). Unfolding is a wonderful mapping Library developed by Till Nagel & contributers (see credits below).
- Download this 3 minute video of classroom interaction in a kindergarten classroom at: https://gatech.box.com/s/vxmd84fgjg5qfr4za9b49vebhpyzlhge
CREDITS: Unfolding Maps Library is developed at the Interaction Design Lab, FH Potsdam, the HCI group, KU Leuven, and MIT Senseable City Labs. Copyright (C) 2015 Till Nagel, and contributors. See http://unfoldingmaps.org/contact.html
Video of classroom interaction is provided by the Spencer Foundation & Arizona State University under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/ Original work avaialble at: https://www.learninghowtolookandlisten.com/individualsessions
Images of the Learning Theater at Teachers College are provided by Brian Hughes of the EdLab at Teachers College, Columbia University. Image of Racial Dot Map: D. Cable. 2013. Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service, Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia. Copyright, 2013. Image of basketball court retrieved online, 7/20/2019 at: https://www.conceptdraw.com/How-To-Guide/basketball-court-dimensions Image of Facing formation systems diagrams by Adam Kendon (Kendon, 1990). Copyright © by Cambridge University Press. Reprinted by permission