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View Resource Visual Cinnamon

Nadieh Bremer has a degree in Astronomy and worked as a consultant, where she used Machine Learning to gain insight about data. She realized that she wanted to use these skills to create interactive visuals and became "a self taught Data Visualization designer." On her website, Visual Cinnamon, visitors can explore Bremer's collection of captivating interactive visuals illuminating a wide variety...

View Resource NASA Scientific Visualization Studio

The Scientific Visualization Studio (SVS), Conceptual Image Lab (CI Lab) and Goddard Media Studios have teamed up to create "visualizations, animations, and images in order to promote a greater understanding of Earth and Space Science research activities at NASA and within the academic research community supported by NASA." These creations are organized into a number of galleries, including Mars...

View Resource Data USA

Data USA was launched in 2014 with the goal of providing visitors with helpful visualizations of data collected by governmental and non-profit institutions. The project is a partnership between the UK private company Deloitte, MIT Media Lab's Macro Connections group, and the web design/programming company Datawheel. Data USA is sleekly designed and easy to use: visitors can simply search for the...

View Resource Seeing Theory: A Visual Introduction to Probability and Statistics

As mathematics instructors and students know, lucid visualizations are essential to helping learners understand complex mathematical concepts. Seeing Theory is an online, interactive textbook that utilizes colorful, interactive visualizations and animations to explain concepts like compound probability and Bayesian Inference. This resource was envisioned by Daniel Kunin (currently a master's...

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