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BmoreTech highlights data-viz projects from SpotCrime, Sickweather, Shea Frederick

Monday night’s BmoreTech Meetup featured three data visualization experts out to share one message: seeing data points on a map can sometimes be a whole lot more valuable than staring at numbers in a spreadsheet. Sort of the technologists’ equivalent of see the three, be the three. At the Emerging Technology Center, SpotCrime founder Colin Drane, […]

Monday night’s BmoreTech Meetup featured three data visualization experts out to share one message: seeing data points on a map can sometimes be a whole lot more valuable than staring at numbers in a spreadsheet.
Sort of the technologists’ equivalent of see the three, be the three.

At the Emerging Technology Center, SpotCrime founder Colin Drane, civic hacker-for-hire and Advertising.com employee Shea Frederick and Sickweather‘s Michael Belt each presented on their current data-viz projects. [Full disclosure: BmoreTech is organized by Technically Baltimore.]

Watch the video of Drane discussing SpotCrime:
http://www.youtube.com/v/Pzf6MICCMsU?version=3&hl=en_US
Watch the video of Frederick talking Baltimore’s Open Data catalog:
http://www.youtube.com/v/DXmDIEJzsf0?version=3&hl=en_US

Companies: Sickweather / SpotCrime.com / Technically Baltimore

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