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Idyll is a tool that makes it easier to author interactive narratives for the web. The goal of the project is to provide a friendly markup language — and an associated toolchain — that can be used to create dynamic, text-driven web pages.

Idyll helps you create documents that use common narrative techniques such as embedding interactive charts and graphs, responding to scroll events, and explorable explanations. Additionally, its readable syntax facilitates collaboration between writers, editors, designers, and programmers on complex projects.
javascript  visualization  datascience 
yesterday by jonathansick
Banning exploration in my infovis class – Eytan Adar – Medium
Exploration is too unbounded in the context of building a tool. We need to be able to decide when exploration terminates. Forcing students to tell me what they want the end-user to find and/or what decisions they want to enable has led to better projects. It means both the students and I (and potentially a client) can evaluate a design decision in context of a specific set of tasks. We can ask the question, “does the visualization make salient the information I need?”
teaching  visualization  datascience  exploration 
yesterday by gerhard
TopCoder: Algorithm Tutorials
Algorithm tutorials for programming competition
algorithm  datascience  code  competition 
2 days ago by eduardoportilho

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