Final Projects - Spring 2017
A total of 85 students in 23 project teams developed new visualizations to explore and explain publicly-available civic data on topics such as the environment, law enforcement, public health, transportation, economic development, and housing. This was the first-ever undergrad focused visualization course in UW Computer Science & Engineering.
The projects were evaluated by judges spanning academia and industry: Prof. Jessica Hullman (UW iSchool), Dr. Anushka Anand (Tableau), and Jim Vallandingham (Bocoup).
Change In Times
Halden Lin, Shobhit Hathi, Lilian Liang, Gunnar Olson
Looking Down the Barrel
Zack Chua, Hiep Can, Kyaw Thant, Ziling Li
Sheen Dudwadkar, Michelle Lee, Carson Gulledge, Grace Qiu
The Syrian Civil War
Emily Leland, Lynsey Liu, Patrick Spieker
On the Other Side of the Canal
Kaitlyn Zhou, Akshat Shrivastava, Tracy Tran, Jason Winters
Police Killings in the U.S.
Hunter Schafer, Erika Wolfe, Nick Mooney, Meredith Lampe
- Airline Performance in the U.S.
- An Environmentally Friendly Economy
- Bias Motivated Crimes and Violence
- Bike Sharing in San Francisco
- Change In Times
- Chicago Crime Analysis
- Diabetes and Obesity Factors
- Environment Policy Impacts
- Environment Visualizations
- Global Terrorism
- Job Trends from 1950 to 2010
- Looking Down the Barrel
- Loud and Proud
- Mexico Connectivity
- On the Other Side of the Canal
- Police Killings in the U.S.
- Seattle Boom
- Seattle Traffic
- Storm Trackers
- The Syrian Civil War
- Trafficless in Seattle
- Who Watches the Watchers?
- Your Corner of the News Ecosystem