For the past year I have been working on a system for more accurately evaluating the many options available for architectural software. This project started as a group project in my Computational Design class during spring of 2015 and the original post can be found here.
Currently I have completed a rough draft of the project that includes:
- the interactive visualization for this project using Tableau
- a survey link for people to evaluate different software
- the associated research paper
All of these resources are included at the bottom of this post.
At the moment this is very much still a work in progress, but over the next two months I’m going to be finalizing all of the material listed above to submit for publication. During this time the survey will create a dynamic database, the visualization will be linked to this database with persistent updates to reflect the survey responses, and the paper will be revised to meet publication standards. As the project evolves I will continue to post new material.
This work has been made possible by the support of my family, the understanding of my thesis team, and a generous scholarship supplied by the NewSchool Foundation.
Survey Link: http://goo.gl/forms/t2G588i1aZ