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Project 3: Right Here, Right Now

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Right Here, Right Now

Right Here, Right Now is the second project in the course CS 424: Visualization and Visual Analytics under Prof. Andrew Johnson at University of Illinois at Chicago(UIC). We are going to take a look at live data from the Chicago area, integrating a variety of sources onto a single leaflet map to help users make decisions about their travel plans. Projects 1 and 2 enabled their users to look for interesting features or trends in older data; the idea here is to give the user more timely data in order to make decisions. Right now we can get real-time weather, real-time automobile traffic, information on bike availability, etc. How can that data be integrated to allow the user to make more informed choices for how they want to get from point A to point B.
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HomeProvides a high-level overview of the project.
Youtube DemoFour minute demo video with sound of the application in action.
Run the AppClicking this link launches the application.
Project DataOverview of the data used in this application.
TeamMeet the team that contributed to the project!
Source CodeDownload the application code here.
How ToOverview of the application with screen shots.
Interesting Findings and PatternsInteresting findings or patterns found in Chicago using the application.

Team Members

Carlos Ortega
Nicholas Bessinas
Bryan Spahr
Abhinav Kumar

Weekly Status

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