Campus Visualization Partnership (CVP) Sharing Site

World Bank Urban Population Visualization

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Green TerpsSinging MondrianThe Urban BluesWe Are the World

The above visualizations are works that were included in the exhibit, "Every Algorithm has Art in It" displayed at the National Academy of Sciences, Cultural Programs, National Academies Keck Center, Washington DC, October 2014 - April 2015.  These compelling visualizations are as informative as they are aesthetically pleasing and showcase the power of lines, forms and colors to convey scientific data in an artistic, powerful, significant, and cogent way.  


February 24, 2016 @ 2 p.m. 
UMIACS Featured Talk: To Measure or Not To Measure Terabyte-Sized Images?
Peter Bajcsy, PhD, Information Technology Laboratory (ITL), National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST)
A.V. Williams Building, Room 2460
View Abstract and Bio

March 3, 2016
All the Data Fit to Print: Newsroom Tools for Generating Personalized, Contextually-Relevant Visualizations
Eytan Adar, Univ of Michigan


Thanks go to Yahoo! through whose sponsorship the CVP Lecture Series is made possible.
Yahoo! Labs


World Bank Urban Population Visualization