Exploring data, observation drawings review by Jan Rothuizen AND a survey!
Exercise Data Exploration
Explore a dataset you found on your subtopic or use the dataset we made for you about the room drawings:
Here you can find the room drawings datasheet:
Here you can find the room drawings visual data (the actual drawings): https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1o0ZwNO8WhJFugraATc1ks4pPBRBLN0uP?usp=sharing
Explore the dataset. Can you discover any patterns? Can you discover outliers? (outliers are values that are rare in the dataset)
– Make one sketch of an interesting pattern you find in the dataset
– And make one graph with a simple tool you can use for exploring data
Tools you could use are:
-WTF cvs (https://www.databasic.io/en/wtfcsv/) or some of the other tools of Databasic.iohttps://www.databasic.io
-Google My Maps:
-Google sheets (please check last week’s guest lecture with Laurens)
Laurens Aarnoudse, guest lecture Finding and Exploring data, part 4:
Exploring and finding patterns:
Final sketch showing the type of bed covers per country:
This simple graph (bar chart) Maaike made with WTFcsv tool from Databasic.io, showing the variable ‘paper’ into four categories from the dataset Data Drawings Data Sheet:
Here’s another simple graph (word cloud) I made with showing the variable ‘remarks on the wall’ from the dataset Data Drawings Data Sheet:
Reviews of drawings with Jan Rothuizen:
Do the survey!
To help you with data collection on your subtopic we created a survey. It’s important to fill the survey out if you want to keep on joining Cross Cultural Data Literacy. So if you like to be a part of the project, please fill out the survey! The survey is anonymous, we only collect your answers,, not your name or your e-mail address. We will share the outcome of the survey only with you, the participants of Cross Cultural Data Literacy.
Link to survey: https://forms.gle/EHWL8MN5TzdmrTS97
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