Étiquette : visualisation (Page 3 of 8)

«Jusqu’à la fin des années 2000, la profession souffrait de ce que Pierre Bazile appelle le ‘syndrome de l’atelier de cartographie au bout du couloir : les employeurs considéraient la géomatique comme un domaine périphérique et monolithique. C’était avant que la branche du numérique s’aperçoive de l’importance de la géomatique, qui touche à tous les domaines’»

Source : Le géomaticien arrive sur le marché du travail

« Here, we are interested in the 2006-2015 period, ten years during which 25.000 projects involving 45.000 people produce a 2-mode graph of more than 63.000 edges. To focus on projects and disciplines, the network is projected into a 1-mode graph of projects only. Thus, the graph displayed below contains over 15.000 projects that were funded between 2006 and 2015 » – Martin Grandjean.

Source : Martin Grandjean » Digital humanities, Data visualization, Network analysis » Complex network visualisation for the history of interdisciplinarity: Mapping research funding in Switzerland

« Franco Moretti, founder of the Stanford Literary Lab, which applies data analysis to the study of fiction, argues that certain books survive through the choices of ordinary readers, a process something like evolution: “Literary history is shaped by the fact that readers select a literary work, keeping it alive across the generations, because they like some of its prominent traits.”
What traits make Austen special, and can they be measured with data? Can literary genius be graphed? »

Source : The Word Choices That Explain Why Jane Austen Endures – NYTimes.com

« The similarity of form in the drawings could be a similarity in the cultural atmosphere, a similarity of ideals, a similarity in the inner feeling expressed in these external forms: My drawing reveals how I see the object represented, how I imagine, and how I remember it ».

Source : Forma Fluens

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