About Seeing Statistics
For CS132: designing web application class in Brown University, we are asked to create a repository of statistics visualizations for Brown University students. The web application we are creating is called Seeing Statistics, and this web app would be used in a Brown online education course to teach the students statistics concepts. I worked with two Brown CS student, Daniel Kunin and Madeline Johnson in this project. For the time we have, we created three visualizations for three statistics concepts: Linear progression, Sampling distribution and Random variable.
The Visual Design of tiles
After class ended, one of my collaborator, Daniel Kunin, decided to keep developing Seeing Statistics. From the feedbacks we received, lots of people really enjoyed the tiles I created, so I created more.
For each tile I created, I talked to Daniel to get a better understanding of the Statistics concept and looked at his D3 visualization. I created multiple designs for each concept.
The second version of Seeing Statistics, Seeing Theory officially launched early 2017, and it received lots of traffics and good feedbacks. Seeing Theory was also featured on the main page of fastcodesign.