Category Archives: Data

Maptime: The New Storyteller

manhattan and pratt on the right

   “Without the aesthetic, the computer is but a mindless speed machine, producing effects without substance, form without relevant content, or content without meaningful form.” - Paul Rand If you haven’t already noticed, there is an explosion of maps and data visualizations ...

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What Are Your Visitors Really Telling You?

by Mandy Smith   This week marks the 42nd Annual Museum Computer Network Conference.  Of the four panels Antenna is proud to be participating in, I’m particularly interested in What Are Your Visitors Really Telling You? Data Analytics and What to Do with ...

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Collecting Data – from you!

Are you in the cultural sector and collecting data analytics? If so, what are your visitors really telling you? What are you doing with data that is helpful to others?  We want to know. Your feedback is important!    Kyle Jaebker, Director IMA ...

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Museums and the Mouse

Walt Disney World

By Blaire Moskowitz Museums and the Web 2014 was full of interesting presentations but one really stuck in my head: Seeing the Forest and the Trees: How Engagement Analytics can Help Museums Connect to Audiences at Scale.  As I sat there listening to ...

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