This site is in development and is interesting if you want to be part of this phase. The user uploads data sets onto the site which then allows for various visualisations of the information. The examples of data that I saw on the site were statistics, for example, the number of fatalities on the road, and lists of information to address a topic of interest for example perceptions on the use of a spa. There were no poems or continuous texts in the data sets, possibly because data has to be original before it will be accepted. The visualisations look promising - ranging from charts to word maps.
I've curated this site into my writing segment only because I see its value in assisting me to write texts for my students which I can then analyse with the available visualisations. The visualisations could perhaps be used to trigger my students own writing. I've registered with the site to see how this works if and when I get round to uploading my own writing.
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