Hi d3.js meetup members!
Please see the details for our exciting June talk. As in recent meetups, this one will have a cap for attendees of 125 people. If you would like to attend please RSVP as soon as possible and if you can't make it please change your RSVP to give those spaces to someone who can attend. Please contact us for any questions. Thanks!
Title: Visualizing Gameplay Data
Description: Games are robust instruments that can capture human behavior at an exceptionally granular level. As games become more complex and widespread, the level of interest in the data collected by them has also been increasing as well. This talk will focus on visualizing user gameplay data from a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) using log files generated by the game client. It will examine the process of collecting these files, parsing them, and visualizing them using D3.
Bio: Joshua (http://joshualee.sg/) is a recent graduate of the MS data visualization program (http://www.newschool.edu/parsons/ms-data-visualization/) at Parsons School of Design (http://www.newschool.edu/parsons/). He spent most of his career as a graphic designer, and has worked on a wide array of projects in both government and private sectors. He currently designs and engineers data-driven interfaces, and is passionate about making them as clear and compelling as possible.