This week navigate to Visualizing Data , click on resources and then click on the colour
Q1. This week navigate to Visualizing Data , click on resources and then click on the colour tab. This site is managed by the author of the textbook. Pick one option and note it by the name in the website. For example “ HTML Color Picker”. Then note what it is, when you would use it. Next, find a website that uses the method or should use the method. Explain why.
In response to peers, continue the conversation by agreeing or disagreeing with the color method selected. Explain your thoughts (two page), needed by 4/12/2022.
Q2. Select any example visualization or infographic and imagine the contextual factors have changed:
1. If the selected project was a static work, what ideas do you have for potentially making it usefully interactive? How might you approach the design if it had to work on both mobile/tablet and desktop?
2. If the selected project was an interactive work, what ideas do you have for potentially deploying the same project as a static work? What compromises might you have to make in terms of the interactive features that wouldn’t now be viable?
3. What about the various annotations that could be used? Thoroughly explain all of the annotations, color, composition, and other various components to the visualization.
4. What other data considerations should be considered and why?
5. Update the graphic using updated data, in the tool of your choice (that we’ve used in the course), explain the differences.
Be sure to show the graphic (before and after updates) and then answer the questions fully above. This assignment should take into consideration all the course concepts in the book. Be very thorough in your response. The paper should be at least three pages in length and contain at least two-peer reviewed sources (Three page) needed by 4/15/2022.
Q1. This week, go to Visualizing Data, then resources, and finally the color tab. The author of the textbook is in charge of this website. Choose one option and make a note of its name on the website. For instance, “HTML Color Picker.” Then make a note of what it is and when you would use it. Next, look for a website that uses or should use the method. Please explain why.
Continue the conversation by agreeing or disagreeing with the color method chosen in response to peers. Explain your ideas (two pages), due by 4/12/2022.
Q2. Take any example visualization or infographic and imagine that the context has changed:
1. If the chosen project was a static work, what suggestions do you have for potentially making it interactive?