Student Showcase: Using Data To Present Data-Driven Narratives and Stories

You know better. Data analysis isn’t just a nice graph on a PowerPoint slide

In designing apps and solutions, as well as understanding the information needs of users, data analysis remains an important but neglected process. Often, data is either spread across websites, locked in databases, or arrayed in enormous text files that are too large to obtain and process manually.

Students from the NM3239 RETRIEVE, EXTRACT AND ANALYSE DATA module demonstrate the true value of data analysis by presenting projects that apply statistical software and the data science process to express hidden insights, compelling stories and meaningful visualisations.

Date: 17 Nov 2017
Time: 12:00 NOON – 2:00 PM
Venue: Faculty of Arts and Social Science, Block AS7, #01-19

Online Registration Opening Soon:
https://cnmn.us/storifydata

 

Student Showcase: Sungei Road Thieves Market- Deleted

On 10 July 2017, authorities moved to shut down the venerable Sungei Road Thieves Market. The sprawling area had been slated for future development…

Now, join students from the NM3226 LOCATION-SPECIFIC INTERACTIVE EXPERIENCES module as they present projects they have been working on in the last semester to capture the traumatic closure of the Sungei Road Thieves Market.

Date: 15 Nov 2017
Time: Projects Presentation: 6:00 PM | Posters Exhibition: 7:30 PM
Venue: Faculty of Arts and Social Science, Block AS1, #03-04

Online Registration:
https://cnmn.us/sungei