Skip to content
No description, website, or topics provided.
Branch: master
Clone or download
Fetching latest commit…
Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time.
Permalink
Type Name Latest commit message Commit time
Failed to load latest commit information.
JSON_API
heatmap
matrix
readme_images
timelines-chart-master
.gitignore
assertion_scores.csv
assertion_titles.csv
assertion_types.csv
counts.py
d3test.html
ema.csv
example_data.json
heatmap.py
hm.py
matrix_row_col
readme.md
record_id.py
relationship_types.csv
test.py
title_counts.csv
user_counts.csv

readme.md

CRIM Data Conversion Project 🎼

Convert and organize CRIM data set for furture analysis.

Project Home Page

  • CRIM Homepage - Check this out!

    to pull the data from the api and write it to CSVs run:

      `$ python3 counts.py`  
    

In the future a command line interface will be added and the functionally of the script will be expanded.

As of right now this script writes 7 csvs and one json file. Below is a brief description of each:

1. ema.csv / 2. ema.json

As a csv this file has two features SongTitle and Counts. SongTitle is the title of the piece (e.g. Lassus Roland de : Lassus. Susanne un jour ) and Counts is a list of dictionary items. Each dictionary has the keys measures and Song_From. The measures information was pulled from the ema field of the json (which was pulled from the api). The measures value signifies which measures of the SongTitle were related to the Song_From in the users session. Below is an example of one row of the csv

Lassus Roland de : Lassus. Susanne un jour, [ {'measures': '1-2', 'Song_From': 'Lassus, Roland de : Lassus. Susanne un jour'}, ... , {'measures': '31-35', 'Song_From': 'Lassus, Roland de : Lassus. Susanne un jour'} ]

The ema.json contains the exact same information but in a .json format

3. relationship_types.csv

This is just a count of the relationships of all of the sessions.
This file looks like:

relationship_types,counts
rt-q,611
rt-tm,697
rt-tnm,1166
None,19
rt-om,108
rt-nm,354
4. user_counts.csv

This is just a count of the sessions each user has created. In Omeka each user is assigned a unique id number which is listed as the users value.
This file looks like:

users,counts
1,3
6,19
5,8
15,583
13,2
...
5. title_counts.csv

This is a count of for each piece , how many times it was referenced in a session.
This file looks like:

titles,counts
Lassus Roland de : Lassus. Susanne un jour,57
Lassus Roland de : Lassus. Missa Susanne un jour (Kyrie),19
Forestier Mathurin: Forestier. Missa Baisés moy ma doulce amye (Kyrie),9
Lupi Didier: Lupi. Susanne un jour,11
Sermisy Claudin de: Sermisy. Tota pulchra es,147
Josquin Des Prés : Josquin. Baises moy,38
...
6. assertion_types.csv

This is a count of the assertion types of all of the sessions.
This file looks like:

assertion_types,counts
mt-sog,472
mt-pe,153
mt-cf,39
mt-fg,869
mt-id,221
...
7. assertion_titles.csv

This is a count of the number of assertion made with each piece.
This file looks like:

assertion_titles,counts
None,2
Forestier Mathurin: Forestier. Missa Baisés moy ma doulce amye (Kyrie),8
Lupi Didier: Lupi. Susanne un jour,4
Sermisy Claudin de: Sermisy. Tota pulchra es,16
Josquin Des Prés : Josquin. Baises moy,7
...
8. assertion_scores.csv

This is a count of the number of assertion made for each unique score id.
This file looks like:

assertion_scores,counts
c11,1782
c25,31
c13,4
c392,1
c406,1
c77,1
c140,1
...

Visualizations

Currently we are working on two visualizations. One is a a modified chord diagram to visualize the relationship between musical types and relationship types. This was largely inspired by visualcinnamon's blog post. This visualization is in the matrix/ directory.

Heat Map Visualization

Our other visualization is a heat map visualization that can be accessed in the file heatmap/index.html.

Example output of search:

Example output of search

This example output shows a list of the names of the different musical piece influences in the Lassus, Roland de : Lassus. Susanne un jour piece and the measure(s) where they can each be found.

Next steps

We are in the process of fine-tuning a parallel timelines layout (swimlanes) for representing state of time-series over time. This time-line would display the measures in a score along the x-axis and show how other attributes interact with that one score. The code for this is cloned from vasturiano's repo. We have the capability to search with different attributes for the the z-axis and y-axis and are now working on incorporating this functionality in the browser.

Richard has suggested that " we could have the 'groups' assigned to each Work_ID, then the 'labels' could be the individual Analyst_IDs (that is, the folks who made observations about each piece). Colors could map to musical types or relationship types (two different views, I suppose). Tooltip could reveal basic information about the item, plus a URL link to the music. The timeline at the bottom could be from the start to the end of each piece".

searches available

song_b && song_a == song_from

  • query: user_id - yaxis: song_b zaxis: song_a ( note these could be flipped )
  • query: title - yaxis: song_from zaxis: record_id the following two dont work bc the user.json doesnt have song_from attr
  • query: title - yaxis: song_from zaxis: song_a
  • query: title - yaxis: song_from zaxis: song_b

Droplet

We are in the process of starting a website to better collect all of our work on this Droplet: http://159.65.177.99/ Check out the dev-version of our visualization here: http://159.65.177.99/CRIM_Project/heatmap/index.html

To do list

  • Have a view with users, scores and (music|relationships) types as the color
  • Have a view relationship types ( y-axis ), scores, music types as color
  • fix measures axis line up
  • view heatmap for one score at a time
  • look into actual heatmap opacity functionality
  • look into being able to toggle between different attributes for the axes
  • make scripts to generate the jsons that the above visualizations will require
  • optimize the table with possibly some linked data functionality

Contributors 🎉

:octocat: Maddy Hodges & Tosin Alliyu
With support by Haverford College Digital Scholarship

You can’t perform that action at this time.