Category Archives: Research

Day of Data

Thank you, Yale Day of Data, for a great day in Kroon Hall.  I learned a lot and really enjoyed it.  My talk was on Urban Data.  Here are a few slides: Advertisements

Day of Data

Thank you, Yale Day of Data, for a great day in Kroon Hall.  I learned a lot and really enjoyed it.  My talk was on Urban Data.  Here are a few slides:

Excavating the Armory

http://campuspress.yale.edu/excavatingthearmory/ The New Haven Armory is a neglected landmark on Goffe Street, mostly empty since the 2nd Co. of the Governor’s Foot Guard decamped for Branford in 2009.  The Police Department uses part of the basement for eviction storage.  The

Excavating the Armory

http://campuspress.yale.edu/excavatingthearmory/ The New Haven Armory is a neglected landmark on Goffe Street, mostly empty since the 2nd Co. of the Governor’s Foot Guard decamped for Branford in 2009.  The Police Department uses part of the basement for eviction storage.  The

Interactive Crown Street

“Yale Students have a parting gift for Crown Street before they do their summer scoot.  It’s an art exhibit dance party, infused with a fondness for a certain nexus of city nightlife.”  From Jim Shelton’s piece on Interactive Crown Street

Interactive Crown Street

“Yale Students have a parting gift for Crown Street before they do their summer scoot.  It’s an art exhibit dance party, infused with a fondness for a certain nexus of city nightlife.”  From Jim Shelton’s piece on Interactive Crown Street

Theaters at the Mid-Block

New Haven’s colonial founders established a 9-square plan, dating to 1638, with each square occupying about 16 acres.  The original squares were subdivided starting in the late 18th century, but this process still left large, square-shaped blocks.  The result is

Theaters at the Mid-Block

New Haven’s colonial founders established a 9-square plan, dating to 1638, with each square occupying about 16 acres.  The original squares were subdivided starting in the late 18th century, but this process still left large, square-shaped blocks.  The result is