Visual Analysis of Data to Effect Social Change: from data to insight
Weave is a web-based visualization platform designed to enable visualization of any available data by anyone for any purpose. Weave is an application development platform supporting multiple levels of users – novice to advanced – as well as the ability to integrate, analyze, and visualize data at "nested" levels of geography, and to disseminate the results in a web page.
Weave has been developed at the Institute for Visualization and Perception Research (IVPR) of the University of Massachusetts Lowell in partnership with the Open Indicators Consortium , a national collaborative of public and nonprofit organizations working to improve not just access to more and higher quality data but also access to free visual analytics software.
The IVPR is working with numerous small and large organizations in their adopting and using Weave for data analysis, visualization, and forecasting, and in their developing both internal and public Weave-based web sites.Our goals are to especially enable non-profits and other small groups to use Weave to share and disseminate data, visualizations, and stories on their own web pages, in grant writing, and most importantly to help them effect social change
UMass Lowell IVPR: Andy Dufilie, Derek Frentzen, Franck Kamayou, Georges Grinstein, Helen Lyons, John Fallon, Joss Stubblefield, Kat Galkina, Kathryn Dennison, Miriam Perkins, Pat Stickney, Philip Kovac, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Sanjay Krishna Anbalagan, Shweta Purushe, William Mass
Open Indicators Consortium: Amy Laurent, Anita Moeller, Chuck Thomas, Daniel Eisenberg, David Solet, Drew Williams-Clark, eudald lerga, Frank Lenk, Genevieve Borich, Gregory Parrish, Gustavo Rotondaro, Holly St Clair, James Ribble, Jeremy Pyne, Jim Farnam, Joshua Connolly, Laura McKieran, Manny Trillo, Margaret Venuto, Michael Carnathan, Mike Smyser, Nancy Reger, Nikki Churchwell, Nse Esema, Rebecca Lee, Richard Ogburn, Rob Powell, Sasan Baharaeen, Steve Ernst, Susan Brunton, TJ Maciak
Administrator: Andy Dufilie, Georges Grinstein
Weave Milestone 1.9 released
New data transforms, improved performance, improved usability
New Layer Settings Tool
You can now create a panel for toggling layers and their alpha values.
Improved map quality
Base maps no longer appear blurry.
Dramatic performance improvements
Faster .weave archive and .csv parsing