Being able to convey information clearly is far from easy but it is critical. As the old saying goes "a picture is worth a thousand words", and we highlight here some of our data visualization projects.
Our current list of visualizations consists of: Visual Analysis of a Smart City’s Energy Consumption, CSUN Smartphone App, TEDx talk of CSUN Director Sybil Derrible, Flash Flood Vulnerability of Five U.S. Cities due to Climate Change, Fisher Information of US Public Transportation Systems, Multi-Criteria Robustness Analysis of 33 Metro Networks, Flashing Tiles – Happy Holidays 2015, 3D Printing – Cardholder Design, The Cost of Over-Cooling Commercial Buildings in the US, Concordia Park, Evolution of Residential Electricity Use in the US, Impact of Flooding on Chicago Road, Connectivity of the St-Pierre airport, Pedestrian Environment Index (PEI), Water Consumption Networks, Real-Time Weather Monitoring, Simpson's Springfield Metro Network, Divvy - Because Every Bike Deserves to See the City..., World Metro Networks from the Wolfram Demonstrations Project by Hector Zenil, Resilience of Illinois Highway Network, Happy Holidays 2013, Engineering Interdisciplinarity at UIC, Road Networks: Chicago and Twin Cities, Google Trends for Sustainability, World Metro Networks Poster
Interactive, web-based, open-source energy consumption explorer of Chicago
Multi-Criteria Vulnerability Analysis to Flash Floods using Climate Models
Stability Performance of Transit Systems of 372 US Cities
Ten measures of metro robustness visualized on radar diagrams
Holiday-themed animation with flashing tiles showcasing CSUN's international team
Estimating and mapping over-cooling in the US
SolidWorks file to 3D print your own cardholder
Rendering of final design from Kyle Wise for CME494 class in Winter 2015.
Animation of the evolution of electricity consumption in the United States
Gif to visualize the impact of flooding on the Chicago road network
Visualizing the connections between the St-Pierre airport and the rest of the world
Visualizing our pedestrian environment index for Chicago.
Redefining how water consumption is analyzed
Coding an Arduino to monitor the temperature in CSUN Director Sybil Derrible's office
Network properties of the Metro System in the the Simpson's
Our submission to the Divvy bike challenge in 2014.
Visualizaing metros in Mathematica!
How resilient is the Illinois highway system?
Holidays visualization made with python and matplotlib.
How interdisciplinary is the College of Engineering at UIC
Road networks seen in a different way.
Google Trends results for the term "sustainability".