I’ve hosted my project on Observable! Here is the link: https://observablehq.com/@hswezey/reconstructing-history-the-lost-papers-of-the-war-departme I don’t think there should be any problems with the Observable and Tableau embeds, and the largest network is at the bottom, so it shouldn’t pose an issue to the ones above. I hope you enjoy!
Things are going well so far! I’ve been able to integrate the tooltip into my workbooks, but I am going to see if there is a way to enable both the tooltip function and the zoom functions. If I can’t do that, I will most likely drop the tooltip as I think that the zoom […]
The major roadblock- actually visualizing the network in a coherent way- was thankfully solved earlier this week in our meeting! Filtering out the Degree by 8 (doing it by 10 also looks good) as well as making sure the nodes and edges matched correctly created something super nice in Observable! Minor changes to that code […]
Pivoting to the War Department Papers! Truly this sketch should be in the MOMA. Maybe even the Louvre. Intro: The project will begin with an introduction to the topic- the data project itself and what it hopes to address, basic background on the War Department. Paragraph: Includes the actual images/text from the Congress testimony about […]
For my final project, I have decided to focus on the New York State executions dataset. The spreadsheet is comprised of 1,130 rows detailing information about each individual that has been executed within the New York State judicial system, beginning in 1646 and ending in 1963. Such details include the name of the individual, their […]
For my final project, I’m considering two different datasets: Tim Renner, “Haunted Places in America.” https://data.world/timothyrenner/haunted-places*Probably restricting it to New York State/Northeast due to the amount of data Executions in New York State, extracted from https://www.icpsr.umich.edu/web/ICPSR/studies/8451/datadocumentation# The hauntings dataset is very fun- everyone loves a good spooky experience. While looking through it, I was struck […]