- Presentation: Amanda on Tahir Hemphill
- P5 Mini-tutorials:
- Open a new Terminal in the
dvia-2019 folder and type
make update to get the newest files
- SVG Export: You can save your p5 sketches to SVG files that can then be opened and tweaked in Illustrator. Look in the
svg-export folder for an example of what you need to add to your code to make it work.
- Brewer palettes: If the chroma.js library is too heavyweight for your needs, take a look at my brewer palette generator and see if you find it easier to use. Consult this catalog to find the name of the palette you want.
- Table objects: See the
table-from-cvs example and follow its nested for-loop structure to step through each row and column in turn. Also look at the
sequential-palette sketch to see how to calculate value ranges and map them to color ranges.
- Small group meetings and in-class work session
- A Thousand Suns
- Create three code-based sketches exploring your chosen design direction for depicting the testing data and your candidate representations of the external data you’ve collected.
- If you end up modifying an SVG generated by your p5 code, place a PDF of your modified version in the
process folder and update the
process/README.md file with a description of what it depicts. Make sure you choose a filename for the PDF that makes it clear which
.js file it was derived from.