It's not so often that Graduate Students have the opportunity to work with Play-Doh in class.
Here are some examples of the first steps taken towards untangling how the students' chosen datasets might end up becoming visualized.
Space and time are the backbone of our lives. We require information about our surroundings and events to function in the world. Access to digital data has fundamentally changed how we interpret the events occuring on our planet. Harnessing the information available to us by translating the computed ones and zeros into a digestible format can help us understand our surroundings, our world, in a larger context. This allows us to be thoughtful and active participants in society.