cardiCast Episode 60 – Matthew Coller – Temporal Earth

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Our July Melbourne cardiParty saw Matt Coller take us through a demo of Temporal Earth, a data visualisation of Australian colonial history. Time-machine.Earth combines a virtual globe with a multi-scale timeline to enable interactive exploration of cultural data throughout space and time.

Matt took us on a brief tour through the animated layers and showed us convict arrivals, European explorations and pastoral expansion, gold-rush sites, railways, telegraph lines and more.

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cardiCast Episode 55 – Tim Sherratt

VALA Tech Camp Interview

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Tim Sherratt, Associate Professor of Digital Heritage at the University of Canberra, is a hacker and historian. Tim took some time out at VALA Tech Camp to talk to Andrew about his new obsession, Jupyter Notebooks.

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cardiCast Episode 54 – Liz Stokes

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We headed up to Sydney for GLAMSLAM 2019 and hosted the first ever (maybe!) Sydney cardiParty at SLNSW.

Our special guest speaker, Liz Stokes is the Senior Research Data Skills Specialist at the Australian Research Data Commons.

If you want a crash course on metadata, its application in the field of research and the best way to make Angelina Ballerina gender neutral for 3 year olds, then this is the cardiCast for you.

Liz is on Twitter @ragamouf

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