The Library of the University of Technology, Sidney visualized its classification system – the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC). The classification is represented by a bar chart, where every class was assigned a different color. The user can browse the collection of the library by the classification that represents all the subject areas of the collections. The broader a class the more objects are in this class.
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The visualization ArtScope shows by now 6491 artworks of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in a “map-like” grid. If you are interested in an artwork you can zoom in or drag the “magnifying glass” to the next work of art.
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The Macaulay Library collection features sounds – bird sounds in particular. It was featured in the A.I. Experiments-series by google. Machine learning was used to organize Bird Sounds into an interactive visualization.
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