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march 31: ows archive day

We will be showcasing some of our outcomes from the OccupyData Hackathon in NYC and outcomes from groups around the country at OWS Archive Day this weekend at Eyebeam. Please join us! OWS Archive Day is at March 31, 2012

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march 31: ows archive day

We will be showcasing some of our outcomes from the OccupyData Hackathon in NYC and outcomes from groups around the country at OWS Archive Day this weekend at Eyebeam. Please join us! OWS Archive Day is at March 31, 2012

Themes and Quotes drawn from responses to “What are you trying to achieve with your participation in the Occupy Movement?”

Initial sketch of the themes that emerge from “Q42. What are you trying to achieve with your participation in the Occupy Movement?” Our first attempt to develop categories of framing themes follows below. The themes are listed in bold and

Themes and Quotes drawn from responses to “What are you trying to achieve with your participation in the Occupy Movement?”

Initial sketch of the themes that emerge from “Q42. What are you trying to achieve with your participation in the Occupy Movement?” Our first attempt to develop categories of framing themes follows below. The themes are listed in bold and

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photos: occupydata hackathon2 nyc day 2

Thanks go to Peter Asaro for the photos.

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photos: occupydata hackathon2 nyc day 2

Thanks go to Peter Asaro for the photos.

YouTube Video for Occupy Data Visualization

Occupy Video as Data: Visualizing Temporal Narratives

How do we make sense of specific events occurring during the Occupy movement through narratives emerging from social media over time? When an NYPD office pepper sprays peaceful protestors, the event is immediately captured on camera phones with subsequent citizen

YouTube Video for Occupy Data Visualization

Occupy Video as Data: Visualizing Temporal Narratives

How do we make sense of specific events occurring during the Occupy movement through narratives emerging from social media over time? When an NYPD office pepper sprays peaceful protestors, the event is immediately captured on camera phones with subsequent citizen

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State and Space

Project team: James, Karen, Suzanne, Lara, Hanna, and Peter. We’re using the web service Topsy and a Ruby script to search for tweets that document police misconduct or benevolence, can be traced back to a specific officer, and are related

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State and Space

Project team: James, Karen, Suzanne, Lara, Hanna, and Peter. We’re using the web service Topsy and a Ruby script to search for tweets that document police misconduct or benevolence, can be traced back to a specific officer, and are related

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Visualization of Q42 “What are you trying to achieve with your participation in the Occupy Movement?”

From the Occupy Research Demographic and Political Participation Survey, question #42, “What are you trying to achieve with your participation in the Occupy Movement?” All responses are included, and this visualization shows the 50 most frequently used words (excluding the very

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Visualization of Q42 “What are you trying to achieve with your participation in the Occupy Movement?”

From the Occupy Research Demographic and Political Participation Survey, question #42, “What are you trying to achieve with your participation in the Occupy Movement?” All responses are included, and this visualization shows the 50 most frequently used words (excluding the very

day 1 recap: works in progress at OccupyDataNYC

Group 1: State and Space We’re using the web service Topsy to search for tweets related to Occupy events and police actions, positive and negative. After cleaning the tweets of web noise, e.g. http://, we visualize the prominence of particular keywords

day 1 recap: works in progress at OccupyDataNYC

Group 1: State and Space We’re using the web service Topsy to search for tweets related to Occupy events and police actions, positive and negative. After cleaning the tweets of web noise, e.g. http://, we visualize the prominence of particular keywords