Herrenhausen Big Data Conference PosterPosted: March 25, 2015 | Author: Paige Morgan | Filed under: Uncategorized | Leave a comment »
I am very excited to be presenting a poster and lightning talk at the Herrenhausen Conference on BigData, and thought I’d share it here as well.
Since the poster is meant to introduce the project, some of it will be familiar to people who already know this project well. But just for you — well, and because of the visual background of the poster, I included a selection of prices from the data I’m currently working with — and those are all along the righthand side of the poster.
If you’re new to this project, then you may want to play with the last recent prototype I built, which uses the Alliance for Visual Culture’s Scalar tool. I’m currently hard at work on the next prototype, working with an RDF professional through the support of a small EADH Grant — and I hope to release that soon. In the mean time, I’ll be writing more about the process here.
In the meantime, enjoy the poster! (Just click to view it in a larger size, or, if you prefer, download the pdf).
ETA: Here’s the lightning talk that I gave to accompany it.
(I feel very lucky that someone made high resolution scans of pound notes available online, making possible both this poster, and another poster for DHOXSS 2013).