Original Openscapes artwork by Allison Horst
Artwork by Dr. Allison Horst helps bring Openscapes ideas and feelings to life, we are so grateful to work with her.
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Learn more about the behind-the-scenes creation of this piece in our 2021 CascadiaR keynote Open science as a movement and the art of Openscapes
Openscapes Theory of Change
Seaside Chat illustration
Let’s normalize talking about data (analysis & stewardship)!
Julia Lowndes useR! 2019 keynote illustrations
From Allison’s openscapes artwork on github:
This folder contains artwork that was conceived of, and presented by, Dr. Julia Lowndes (@jules32) - director of Openscapes for talks including her opening keynote at the useR! 2019 conference. (Slides are here).
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
An extended version of the classic R4DS schematic from Grolemund & Wickham, with environmental data science, communities, and communication added:
Data science & teamwork feedback loop:
Luke doesn’t have the tools when he crashes on Dagobah…
…but Yoda shows him what’s possible with the foRce.
Which is so powerful!
But even if you become a Jedi, you still need your community to defeat the Empire:
Tidy Data Illustrated Series
Tidy data for efficiency, reproducibility, and collaboration — an illustrated series as a blog and slides for reuse in the classroom and beyond.