Comparing Data in a Location vs. Rye Type Grid
These two programs let you compare 4 data points for each rye type at each location, laid out in a grid inspired by Russell’s project. To interact with it, choose which “quadrant” you want to adjust, and then click on the corresponding data point you would like represented there. There are still some bugs at this point, but I find the shapes that are generated are very interesting to look at.
For my first grid experiment, the distance of a corner point of the quadrilateral shape from its center is dependent upon the data (closer to center = smaller value).
My second grid experiment separated each quadrant data point into a circle of varying diameter, and each data point is represented by a different colour as well, to show more distinction between each data type. This is definitely a work in progress, and a concept I intend on refining further