2018-2019 InfoVis project
You are expected to:
- form groups (3-4 persons) (23 nov.)
- formulate hypothesis that should be testable using information present in the Open Food Facts data set (see below). (30 nov.)
- design visualizations that can validate the hypothesis
- implement some of those visualizations using d3.js
Friday 24 jan., room H204.
|9:00||Bleuzen Jonathan, Djan Dennis Mintah, Gautheron Flora, Sreepada Swathisree|
|9:30||Aguilar Arreola Laura Elizabeth, Orihuela Rosa, Vodopivec Natasa|
|9:55||Dinh The Canh, Le Hong Duong, Truong Le Van|
|10:20||Cassini Fabio, Corsini Federica, Rubes Federico, Simionato Dario|
|10:50||Chadli Amine, Leouafi Mehdi|
|11:10||Birouk Amine, Haghipour Mavaneh Karim, Karkouri Fatima-Zahra, Munoz Angulo Jose|
|11:40||Awala Hussein, Danash Fatme, Qamhiyeh Bashar|
|13:00||Balsamo Rémi, Chary Hugo, Delfosse Quentin, Tchita Oussama|
|13:30||Adebayo Salaudeen Babatunde, Grand Maxence, Leang Sotheara, Mazodier Pierric|
|14:00||Korkmaz Kadir, Mehta Kritika, Polyuha Lyubomyr, Riou Sebastien|
|14:30||Albarede Lucas, Horincar Sabina-Andreea, Iakhina Natalia, Johansson Torneus Fredrik|
|15:00||Alimova Zhanar, Balyabina Anna, Subbotin Mikhail, Xu Haiyin|
|15:30||Galka Katarzyna, Kovac Peter, Mahoro-Ntwari Donald|
You are expected to present your visualizations, and to explain how they help answer the questions you choose to investigate.
You are expected to justify the design choices for the visualizations, i.e., why is the visual mapping you choose are pertinent given the data at hand and the insights you are looking to find.
You are expected to send by email at email@example.com the material used for the defense.
The data sets are derived from the Open Food Facts data sets.
They are available from my 2018-openfoodfacts repository and can be downloaded as a zip file.