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dc.creatorEastwood, Megen
dc.creatorEdwards, Chloeen
dc.creatorO'Donnell, Kevinen
dc.creatorTenney, Marthaen
dc.creatorBrown, Amy Franksen
dc.date.accessioned2012-05-01T19:42:43Zen
dc.date.available2012-05-01T19:42:43Zen
dc.date.issued2012en
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/2152/15566en
dc.descriptionThis item contains five representations of the entirety of Sanger’s hard drive labeled “Backup Dweez Removables, December 2003” : a spreadsheet of the file extensions on the drive as a whole, a pie chart of the free and occupied space on the drive, a tree map showing the size of the files on the hard drive, a CSV file showing information for all the files on the drive, and an XML file (in a zipped folder with a XSL style sheet which will allow you to view the file in a Web browser--enable active content if necessary) with a representation the directory structure of the whole drive down to the folder level. A treemap is an information visualization format that displays hierarchical data (such as from a directory) as a map of nested rectangles. Each directory in the hierarchy is represented by a rectangle, with sub-directories nested within their parent directories. These rectangles or leaves take up an amount of space which is proportional to the size of the data in that directory or sub-directory. The CSV file with information about all the files was created using the FTK Imager software and the other visualizations were created using the TreeSize Professional software.en
dc.subjectVideo gamesen
dc.titleVisualizations and Textual Representations of “Backup Dweez Removables, December 2003"en
dc.description.departmentDolph Briscoe Center for American Historyen


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