Using an audience’s own data to highlight both play and security

Posted to Statistical Visualization  |  Tags: , ,  |  Nathan Yau

This is great. Daniel Goddemeyer and Dominikus Baur made Data Futures, which collects multiple choice answers from audience members and then allows the speaker to interact and visualize the results on stage, as well as highlight audience members.

I’m imagining this project restructured in a college statistics course with several hundred unwitting students. Seems like a great learning opportunity.

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