[Pharo-users] Panama Papers: a case for reproducible research, data activism and frictionless data (powered by Pharo)
Gastón Dall' Oglio
gaston.dalloglio at gmail.com
Fri May 20 17:42:03 EDT 2016
Hi. Looks good :)
Just out of curiosity, what data format you used? csv, sqlite?
I am interested in using Neo4j from pharo (
http://smalltalkhub.com/#!/~MasashiUmezawa/Neo4reSt) with a large database,
and few days ago and found the ICIJ used Neo4j to relate information. In a
few days they will give a webinar:
A question, you can use Neo4reSt to store data and Pharo/Roassal for
display on a more or less friendly way? or there is a lot impedance between
2016-05-20 13:44 GMT-03:00 Offray Vladimir Luna Cárdenas <
offray.luna at mutabit.com>:
> I'm glad to share my recent work with Pharo/Roassal in the form of a
> minisite and a detailed blog entry arguing about interactive
> environments for increasing understanding and participation in data
>  http://mutabit.com/repos.fossil/panama-papers/doc/tip/index.html
>  http://mutabit.com/offray/blog/en/entry/panama-papers-1
> Using a relatively simple visualization I advocate for this case. The
> bigger issues here were not related with visualization, but with
> accuracy/completion of the information. For example the original RTSVGPath
> includes only 167 world territories, but Panama Papers mentions over 210.
> Improving accuracy lead to hunting a bug and to its bugfix. So we have a
> more cleaver reader for SVG in Roassal. I was fighting for several days
> with newbie errors (like the one on the download bar not advancing, despite
> of the download being made).
> I think that this are good exemplars on how Pharo Roassal is a superb
> moldable and affordable platform on the issues of data oriented
> reproducible research (in journalism and/or activism and others).
> Comments and suggestions are welcomed, as always.
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