So much of the information we encounter every day is hard to conceptualize. It’s so big and complicated that a visual rendering represents it the best. Being a good data designer is crucial to be able to tell the story behind the data.
60 students came to this event to push their data visualization techniques, processes and methods to the next level with Juan Francisco Saldarriaga
Juan Francisco Saldarriaga is a Mapping and Data Visualization Specialist, and an Architectural Designer and Urban Planner living and working in New York. Juan Francisco has a Masters of Science in Urban Planning from Columbia University and a Masters of Architecture also from Columbia. For his undergrad, Juan Francisco studied philosophy at the Université de Paris IV (Sorbonne) and at the Universidad de Los Andes, Bogotá.
On November 22 2016, We hosted a D3 workshop with MSc Data Science Student Woojin Kim.
Woojin Kim is a graduate student in Data Science at Columbia University, graduating this December. He used data visualization and D3 to showcase his work and won a couple of hackathons like the ones CDSS organized. Checkout his profile and projects at <http://woojink.com/>.