A weekend code doodle where I explored building an explorable explainable for stratigraphic stacking patterns controlled by sea level. Hope to come back to this at some point and polish it up.
Texas arts organization Glasstire sponsored a hackathon. I combined their dataset of gallery openings with my scraped data of science job postings to compare spatial distributions.
Demonstrated superior descriptive power of machine-generated tags vs. human-generated tags for open-source code discovery on code.nasa.gov.
Merged Houston property data and 1st draft of FEMA property-level flood damage modeling into a Tableau dashboard. The goal was quick visual exploration rather than pretty visuals. Helping out SketchCity, a local civic tech group.
Building a data visualization into something closer to data exploration tool by expanding users interaction
Quick notebook-style data visualization leveraging concept metadata tags on open-source NASA code projects.
Experiment using tone.js & d3.js on Observable to turn a data visualization into a sonnificatin.
Made an entirely browser-based (no apps required) augmented reality back for my business card. The 3D model is a topographic model of Gale Crater derived from data from ESA's Mars Express mission.
A Houston Data Visualization Meetup data jam using major element data from MarsScienceLaboratory (Curiosity Rover) ChemCam rock sample data. This type of data has been visualized statically in the same way for decades. We challenged non-geologists to do new and interactive things with it.
Quick TableauPublic exploration of a crime open-dataset from the city of Houston. This was a Houston Data Visualization Meetup 3 hour data jam project.
Dot plot variation for tracking status of things over time designed to maximize speed to insight. White blocks are where status changes. Increase in red dots signifies stale problematic status.
A quick side project to explore both car-based LIDAR data, which was different than the plane-based datasets I'm more familiar with in GIS using three.js
Clone of the old school Astroids game. There's a way to cheat and enter your own score.
A clone of old school pong with a ridiculous number of add-ons, because the original was kinda boring. Examples include teleports, curve balls, too many balls, and a computer opponent with lousy skills.
Created as part of an ESRI sponsored hackathon event. Map of Holocene volcanoes and major earthquakes. Data from Smithsonian Institutes Global Volcanism Program.
Map of various locations I've done field geology or worked the subsurface data. Created in cartoDB an online mapping platform.
Uses pythonista, which lets me run small python scripts on my iphone. My goal was make something simple and pretty to show my 2 year old nephew. Different blobs of light flow away from where the screen is touched and decay through a color spectrum.