Spring 2013 Student Final Project Interactives
authors: Rudy Omri, Mikaela Weisse, and Grace White | video: Tambopata: Who Owns Paradise?
This website supports a map-based, role-playing exercise for the Geography 339 course regarding land use decisions in the Tambopata National Reserve in Peru. The website interactives are supported by Leaflet.
authors: Alexis Greenstreet, Adrienne Miller, and Maira Utebaliyeva | video: Yellowstone EMS Data Visualization
This visualization supports spatiotemporal analysis of calls for emergency medical services in Yellowstone National Park. The visualization is supported by D3.
authors: Brian Davidson, Brooke Harding, & Margaret Raimann | video: Wisconsin Wolf Harvest
This website describes wolf harvesting across the State of Wisconsin during the 2012 season, the first year that wolf harvesting was allowed in Wisconsin. The website interactive is supported by Leaflet.
authors: Peter Bauknecht, Anke Keuser, and Brian Resch | video: History of the FIFA World Cup
This interactive map presents the history of the FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) World Cup, depicting the spatial distribution of participating countries and tournament performance for each of the last 16 World Cups. The interactive is supported by D3.
authors: Dominic DeSapio and Tim Rooney | video: What Happens after a Dictator Falls?
This animated, interactive map depicts all authoritarian regime changes occurring worldwide since 1946 and provides detailed information on authoritarian institutions and autocrats. The interactive is supported by D3.
authors: Maia Donohue and Ben Freeman | video: The University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum Mobile Map
This mobile-friendly interactive map presents basic wayfinding information and points of interest for the University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum. Watch the video to learn how to add the Leaflet-based map as an app on your mobile device.
authors: Chris Cantey, Morgan Jarocki, and Caroline Rose | video: #Sandy
This visualization supports interactive exploration of publicly contributed Tweets from the greater NYC area during the 2012 Hurricane Sandy event. The visualization is supported by D3.
authors: Erin Hamilton, Vanessa Knoppke-Wetzel, and Rashauna Mead | video: 50 Years of Change
This website describes legislative changes by US state related to LGBT civil rights over the past 50 years. The website interactives are supported by D3.