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Vincent Blondel

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Vincent Blondel's home page with resources for students, research topics, publications, and research positions.
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Data visualization: A view of every Points of View column : Methagora

Data visualization: A view of every Points of View column : Methagora | Data, Behaviour, Design | Scoop.it

A "trove of practical advice on visualizing scientific data."

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Five Roles You Need on Your Big Data Team

Five Roles You Need on Your Big Data Team | Data, Behaviour, Design | Scoop.it
Quant skills are necessary but not sufficient.
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1. Data Hygienists
2. Data Explorers
3. Business Solution Architects
4. Data Scientists
5. Campaign Experts
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Red Or Blue?: Research On Screen Color That May Surprise You | The Brain Lady Blog

Red Or Blue?: Research On Screen Color That May Surprise You | The Brain Lady Blog | Data, Behaviour, Design | Scoop.it

Here are my take-aways from this research:
 

If you are using a negative or fear message it will be more impactful if you use the color red. If you are using a positive message then use blue.

If you want people to do a detail-oriented task use a red background. If you want them to be creative use a blue background.

If you are highlighting detailed features of a product your message will be more persuasive if you use a red background. If you are highlighting concepts of how to use the product then the message will be more persuasive with a blue background.

People prefer blue backgrounds over red, even though red might make them get a task done more quickly. They are not aware of the effects that the colors are having.

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The 5 Most Influential Data Visualizations of All Time

See 5 powerful, beautiful visualizations that changed how people thought about the world.
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Bridging Economics and Data Science

Bridging Economics and Data Science | Data, Behaviour, Design | Scoop.it
As a Stanford undergraduate, I decided to major in economics because clever uses of data were always in the air.

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Computational data analysis has changed a lot in the last twenty years, but my career track — economics, consulting, finance — hadn’t.

I realized that, if I wanted to become a data scientist, I would have to make a leap and teach myself programming.

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Top 9 E-Commerce Usability Guidelines | Usability Geek

Top 9 E-Commerce Usability Guidelines | Usability Geek | Data, Behaviour, Design | Scoop.it
E-Commerce Usability Guidelines that will make your e-commerce site more usable while enabling your users to achieve their objective of purchasing from it
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1. Navigation: Keep It Simple. Don’t Confuse Your Customer

2. Homepage: Get It Right The First Time

3. Product Page Font Visibility: Grab Visitor’s Attention

4. Add To Cart Button: Final Action Just A Click Away

5. Font Visibility: A Costly Mistake

6. Primary Navigation: Quick Access Guaranteed

7. Trust: Key Lies In Winning Customer’s Trust

8. Special Offers: Don’t Save Best Offers For Last

9. Breadcrumbs: Where Am I?
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Nate Silver addresses assembled statisticians at this year's JSM

Nate Silver addresses assembled statisticians at this year's JSM | Data, Behaviour, Design | Scoop.it
by Joseph RIckert Nate Silver of 538 fame gave the President's invited address this year at the Joint Statistical Meeting in Montreal.
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"Like scientists, journalists ought to be more concerned with the truth rather than just appearances. He suggested that maybe they should abandon the legal paradigm of seeking an adversarial approach and behave more like scientists looking for the truth."
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webcam-pulse-detector

webcam-pulse-detector | Data, Behaviour, Design | Scoop.it
webcam-pulse-detector - A python application that detects and highlights the heart-rate of an individual (using only their own webcam) in real-time.
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Alex (Sandy) Pentland Homepage -- Honest Signals, Reality Mining, and Sensible Organizations

Alex (Sandy) Pentland Homepage -- Honest Signals, Reality Mining, and Sensible Organizations | Data, Behaviour, Design | Scoop.it
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The Ten Pixel Method

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Ten Pixel Method, Grids
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We sometimes use this method when a site needs to be liquid or if a site needs quick deployment.

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iPad display wall showcases Urban Observatory project | Applications Prototype Lab

iPad display wall showcases Urban Observatory project | Applications Prototype Lab | Data, Behaviour, Design | Scoop.it
iPad display wall to showcase the Urban Observatory Project as seen at the UC 2013, San Diego
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How to turn everyone in your newsroom into a graphics editor

How to turn everyone in your newsroom into a graphics editor | Data, Behaviour, Design | Scoop.it
A newly open-sourced tool from Quartz makes it easy for newsrooms to build quick, attractive charts from datasets on deadline.
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Chartbuilder and Gneisschart are now available on Github. We look forward to charting the way forward with you.

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Comparing Two Methods for Estimating Network Size - Human Organization - Volume 60, Number 1 / Spring 2001 - Society for Applied Anthropology

Comparing Two Methods for Estimating Network Size - Human Organization - Volume 60, Number 1 / Spring 2001 - Society for Applied Anthropology | Data, Behaviour, Design | Scoop.it
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Android’s Design Principles And The Calculus Of The Human Pleasure Response | TechCrunch

Android’s Design Principles And The Calculus Of The Human Pleasure Response | TechCrunch | Data, Behaviour, Design | Scoop.it
Android UX and interaction design leads Helena Roeber and Rachel Garb gave a talk at Google I/O this year about the Android Design Principles (ADP) they helped create and introduced back in 2012 with the launch of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
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Summary video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0HIP8EdlnE

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iv / HeadCounter / wiki / Home — Bitbucket

iv / HeadCounter / wiki / Home — Bitbucket | Data, Behaviour, Design | Scoop.it

The aim of this software is to be able to count the number of people present in a crowd, especially in protests, and provide an estimate as accurate as possible. This software is currently at a very early stage.

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Funf Journal - Android Apps on Google Play

Funf Journal - Android Apps on Google Play | Data, Behaviour, Design | Scoop.it
Funf Journal is an Android application for researchers, self-trackers, and anyone interested in collecting and exploring information related to the mobile device, its ...
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