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by brocknoah
Sun Mar 22, 2015 10:38 pm
Forum: Winter 2015
Topic: Proj 5: Data Correlation / Final Project
Replies: 17
Views: 27709

Re: Proj 5: Data Correlation / Final Project

For this final project I wanted to track the trends of Seattle's professional sports. Seattle currently has a MLB team and a NFL team, their NBA team the SuperSonics left after the 2008 season. I wanted to compare a general sport, the league, and a team to the number of mentions in articles written ...
by brocknoah
Thu Feb 19, 2015 2:35 am
Forum: Winter 2015
Topic: Proj 4: 3D Volumetric, Spacial Visualization
Replies: 17
Views: 9454

Re: Proj 4: 3D Volumetric, Spacial Visualization

My previous visualization showed how weekly checkouts of a subclass compared to its siblings within a larger parent class. I wanted to continue a similar path of ranking an item in a group. For this next search I would narrow down to a topic that might change over time. I wanted to avoid a situation...
by brocknoah
Thu Feb 05, 2015 9:40 am
Forum: Winter 2015
Topic: Proj 3: 2D Reorderable Matrix
Replies: 17
Views: 8842

Re: Proj 3: 2D Reorderable Matrix

My query is still the same as I search for the most popular week day to checkout books. The year was set to 2010 and is open to all types of books, juvenile, young adult, adult books, etc. I count the number of checkouts per day, then sort an array of weekdays that belongs to a dewey grouping of 10,...
by brocknoah
Thu Jan 22, 2015 9:01 pm
Forum: Winter 2015
Topic: Proj 2: 2D Matrix
Replies: 18
Views: 10729

Re: Proj 2: 2D Matrix

At first I was going to track books on programming languages and the number of checkouts over time, but as most queries about checkouts over time, the trend was decreasing checkouts. The fact that more people are learning programming from online sources did not help too, so this was not very interes...
by brocknoah
Thu Jan 15, 2015 12:37 am
Forum: Winter 2015
Topic: Proj 1: Data Query
Replies: 19
Views: 9186

Re: Proj 1: Data Query

I wanted to create a query to view the popularity of a programming language over time. The Dewey Decimal Class system made it much easier to search and remove a lot of static and noise. A constant downward trend can be seen from 2007-2013 with eight of the ten languages.