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Author Archives: Daniel Terry

DH Project at Brooklyn Museum

Just wanted to share a DH project I ran across, and some thoughts on the actual implementation. At the Brooklyn Museum they have a smart phone game. You are given a list of words to pick from (flower, horse, blue, … Continue reading

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Open Mapping Resources

Post about Streeteasy switching from Google Maps https://plus.google.com/118383351194421484817/posts/foj5A1fURGt One of the biggest tools mentioned is TileMill, put out by MapBox http://mapbox.com/tilemill/ And Open Street Maps http://www.openstreetmap.org/ It looks like Foursqaure very recently made a similar move, also using TileMill/MapBox tools … Continue reading

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Graph, Maps, and Trees/Project Idea

In the spirit of generating discussion I’d like to put an idea I had out there. I am sure it needs a lot of refinement, but I am curious whether other people see this as a feasible or informative line … Continue reading

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My response to DHNow “Demystifying Networks Part 1”

This response is for part I, so apologies if anything I mention is covered in the second part. I agree with the other posts that this is generally a well written and easily readable introduction to networks. As the first … Continue reading

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Introductory

Well, here’s an introductory blog post: My name is Daniel Terry, and I work as a computer engineer. My shiny new twitter name is “Klapaucius998” if anyone wants to see what I have to say. In class professor Brier encouraged … Continue reading

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