Tag Archives: visualization

Visualizing Criminal Networks Reconstructed from Mobile Phone Records

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Watch London in Real Time (via We Are The Data)

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World Cup 2014 Predictions & Results (via Bloomberg)

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Visual Law Services are Worth a Thousand Words—and Big Money (via ABA Journal)

Mike and I have been on this beat for quite a while and are happy to see this getting coverage.  The basic proposition is that dashboards, histograms, network visualization, etc. allow the end user to more effectively identify the relevant data/information. … Continue reading

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Leg/Ex – Legislative Explorer for Data Driven Discovery (Just One of Many User Interfaces for Legal / Political Institutions)

Lets face it – legal systems are complex.  They are complex for the sophisticated players and even more complex for the average citizen. Complexity is the problem and the question which has been at the center of some of our … Continue reading

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Rank and Filed – SEC Filings for Humans

Really Impressive Work!  – Read More Here.   (HT to Ted Sichelman)

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Network Analysis and the Law — 3D-Hi-Def Visualization of the Time Evolving Citation Network of the United States Supreme Court

What are some of the key takeaway points? (1) The Supreme Court’s increasing reliance upon its own decisions over the 1800-1830 window. (2) The important role of maritime/admiralty law in the early years of the Supreme Court’s citation network. At … Continue reading

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Super Zip Codes (via Washington Post)

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A Nice Visual Presentation of Simpson’s Paradox
(via Vudlab @ UCBerkeley)

“In 1973, the University of California-Berkeley was sued for sex discrimination. The numbers looked pretty incriminating: the graduate schools had just accepted 44% of male applicants but only 35% of female applicants. When researchers looked at the evidence, though, they … Continue reading

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Global Patent Map Reveals the Structure of Technological Progress (via MIT Technology Review)

This is topic of great interest for a number of reasons.  Mike, Jon and I have several papers in this basic direction (with hopefully more coming soon). Probably the most relevant of our paper is “Distance Measures for Dynamic Citation … Continue reading

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Immersion – A People Centric View of Your Email Life (via MIT Media Lab)

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What Half a Second of High Frequency Stock Trading Looks Like {via Information Aesthetics}

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Open Law Lab (By Margaret Hagan)

Check Out -  Open Law Lab (By Margaret Hagan – Student @ Stanford Law School).   This is a welcome addition to the small but growing list below.  However, this one is particularly important because it is entirely student created and … Continue reading

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RoundUp of Coverage of ReInvent Law Silicon Valley 2013 – More Events Coming in 2013 and Beyond – Including ReInvent Law London + ReInvent Law New York

This is Hardly a Complete List but These Provide a Good Overview …. The Future of Law as Seen From Silicon Valley (The AmLaw Daily – Aric Press) ‘Law is Broken.’ Will These Legal Tech Gurus Bring About Change? (ABA … Continue reading

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#ReInvent Law Silicon Valley 2013 — 40+ Speakers, 1 Stage – Detailed Schedule for March 8, 2013

ReInventLaw Silicon Valley 2013 – Schedule of Presentations from Daniel Martin Katz

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3 Thoughts on E-Discovery in 2015 and Beyond – LegalTechNYC 2013 – ( Daniel Martin Katz + Michael J. Bommarito II )

3 Thoughts on E-Discovery in 2015 and Beyond – LegalTechNYC 2013 from Daniel Martin Katz The focus of my panel was “E-Discovery in 2015 and Beyond.” My Panel included: The Honorable Faith Hochberg, United States District Court for the District … Continue reading

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Novel Views: Les Miserables (Visual Display of Textual Relationships, etc.) { via neoformix.com }

{HT:Infosthetics.com}

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