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Start communicating ideas and diagramming data in a more interactive way. In this course, author Barton Poulson shows how to read, map, and illustrate data with Processing, an open-source drawing and development environment. On top of a solid introduction to Processing itself, this course investigates methods for obtaining and preparing data, designing for data visualization, and building an interactive experience out of a design. When your visualization is complete, explore the options for sharing your work, whether uploading it to specialized websites, embedding the visualizations in your own web pages, or even creating a desktop or Android app for your work.
In the last two movies, I showed you how you can take your sketch and by copying the text and pasting it into a web environment like OpenProcessing, you can then have your sketch available on the web and share a link with other people that they can see the sketch itself. Also, by exporting it, you can instantly save your sketch as a Windows, Mac or Linux application standalone that you can share with other people. One of the other ways you might want to share this is by putting on your own web page and the new version of Processing has made this extraordinarily easy to do.
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