research / data collection / design / writing / code
A data story on remotely triggered earthquakes created for the #VizRisk challenge.
This piece explores the history, science, and current research on a mechanism by which large earthquakes can trigger others on the other side of the world.
A year-long project where I create a new series of generative artwork each month coded entirely in R.
Each project is accompanied by an explanatory blog post that walks through my inspiration, process, and technical details. All code is also shared publicly on my GitHub.
The goal of the project is to challenge myself creatively and technically, to engage the #rstats community in creative coding, and to provide resources for beginners to generative art.
This post shows you how to use D3, flexbox, and GSAP to create an animated waffle-bar chart. A great introduction for D3 beginners, and a nice animation tip even for those experienced with D3.Read more
In this post, I show how to use noise functions to generate flow fields. We populate the flow fields with particles and geometric shapes, using curl noise to create some lovely flowing patterns.Read more