Time to watch our handpicked selection of videos posted on the Internet in the past few days, all related to data visualization. Among our headlines, Kaiser Fung‘s talk “What I Learned from Ten Years as a Datavis Critic”, and Rachel Binx‘s presentation at the Delight 2015, so sit back, press play and enjoy:
The Data Visualization Program at Parsons School of Design at The New School and Data Visualization New York presented this lecture by Kaiser Fung, intitled “What I Learned from Ten Years as a Datavis Critic”.
How can we create tools to view, explore and connect with our data? For the past year, Rachel Binx has been exploring this question with her work at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, where she’s designing and building an application for spacecraft operators to analyze their telemetry data. As we mentioned in the introduction, this presentation was given at the Delight 2015 Conference.
Keynote by Geoffrey I. Webb, Professor of Computer Science at Monash University, Founder and Director of Data Mining software development and consultancy company G. I. Webb and Associates, and Editor-in-Chief of the journal “Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery”.
Bubble Sort is a simple exchange sort algorithm, described for computer programming as early as the 1940’s and 50’s. This YouTube channel has more similar videos covering other algorithms available.