A Gallery of Prototypes for Visualizing the 2020 US Presidential Debates

I am working on a project to visualize the flow, duration and cross-talk from the first 2020 Presidential Debate. The following is the project's initial description and a gallery of prototype images from the ideation process. All of the images and code can be found on my GitHub repo, Presidential Debates. Prototypes for Visualizing 2020 … Continue reading A Gallery of Prototypes for Visualizing the 2020 US Presidential Debates

Can you run a successful Focus Group via Zoom during Covid-19?

Short answer: Yes, absolutely you can run a zoom focus group during Covid-19, and it can work out really well. I just finished moderating three focus groups for an arts organization. Moderating focus groups has become a very enjoyable part of my data practice. It is a far cry from my typical data visualization work … Continue reading Can you run a successful Focus Group via Zoom during Covid-19?

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Welcome to Creative Code Review!

Creative Code Review is intended to be an open inclusive, friendly and informal community that supports and learns from one another. An ideal result of participating in a code review will be that you learn something, build a greater sense of community and hopefully get a great feeling of having helping someone else!

Presenting Genetic Algorithms, Data Viz and Physical Installations at CreateInTo on October 30

I will be presenting a few of my recent Genetic Algorithm and Data Viz projects at CreateInTo in Toronto on October 30th. Location and ticket info can be found on the CreateInTo page here. The projects I’ll be talking about run the gamut from Genetic Algorithms, Data Visualization and Physical Installations. The connective thread between … Continue reading Presenting Genetic Algorithms, Data Viz and Physical Installations at CreateInTo on October 30

Visualizing a Genetic Algorithm Attempting to Solve the Travelling Salesperson Problem

The Travelling Salesperson Problem is a famous problem in computer science. The gist of it is as follows: "Given a list of cities and the distances between each pair of cities, what is the shortest possible route that visits each city and returns to the origin city?" It is an NP-hard problem in combinatorial optimization, … Continue reading Visualizing a Genetic Algorithm Attempting to Solve the Travelling Salesperson Problem