An interactive mapping, data visualization, and spatial analysis project that examines the Colombian conflict and tries to understand its patterns and ramifications.
A statistical and mapping analysis of the environmental cost associated with the spatial regulation of taxicabs in New York City.
An interactive map showing all upcoming (2017 - 2019) political elections around the world.
An interactive mapping project documenting the reach and locations of the institutions and agencies involved in New York City's criminal justice system.
Using the abstract and citations of a peer-reviewed paper, Science Surveyor provides journalists context about that paper in several easy-to-read visualizations.
An interactive mapping and data visualization project that analyzes health and environmental metrics for New York City, and the South Bronx in particular.
Based on a survey of GSAPP's alumni, this interactive visualization provides insights into the school's professions and helps record the different paths its graduates have taken.
An interactive map of climate change showing multiple El Niño related events around the world and throughout history. This map illustrates the global reach of El Niño.
A short animation that visualizes public activity around Science City. Based on wifi access data, it charts the increasing number of people moving and working in downtown Vegas.
These minimal vignettes describe the activity around each station in the Bay Area Bike Share system and beautifully illustrate the diversity of the system.
A visual exploration of New York City's Citibike usage patterns, specially centered on its rebalancing issues.
A series of video animations based on taxi activity in New York City. Through them we can see the pulse of the city and the imbalances between origins and destinations.