visualization

Heatmapping the Japanese Earthquake Reports

We’re trying to come up with other ways of visualizing Ushahidi data. Using the Ushahidi API, Emmanuel whipped up a heatmap of the Japan deployment (http://sinsai.info/ushahidi).

Verifying Data by Adding Context

Can we improve the quality of crowd-sourced data by adding context? We think it’s a good place to start, this infographic explains how the SwiftRiver platform is being constructed to improve the data collection mechanisms in all Ushahidi’s family of products.

Project 4636 Revisited: The Updated Info Graphic

UPDATE: Since this graphic was published, a few additional clarifications have come to light. Please see Robert’s comment for more details.

Project 4636 Revisited: The Updated Info Graphic

UPDATE: Since this graphic was published, a few additional clarifications have come to light. Please see Robert’s comment for more details.

Project 4636: An Info Graphic

Hot on the heals of Brian’s excellent summary of the 4636 Project development efforts, I’d like to join in with a little info-graphic of sorts. My goal in putting this together is to present an easy-to-understand “big-picture” graphic that illustrates how a simple SMS, sent from a Haitian in need, can be transformed into a powerful resource that fuels the crisis response and recovery effort.
A Quick Recap of Project 4636
4636-Graphic-Overview

Project 4636: An Info Graphic

Hot on the heals of Brian’s excellent summary of the 4636 Project development efforts, I’d like to join in with a little info-graphic of sorts. My goal in putting this together is to present an easy-to-understand “big-picture” graphic that illustrates how a simple SMS, sent from a Haitian in need, can be transformed into a powerful resource that fuels the crisis response and recovery effort.
A Quick Recap of Project 4636
4636-Graphic-Overview

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