Top interactive visualizations of movie scripts

January 14, 2018
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(This article was first published on SmarterPoland.pl » English, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

One of the highest pleasures for an academic teacher is to be surprised by an extraordinary student’s project or homework. Something that greatly exceeds expectations. I’ve reoriented my courses in a way to make such surprises frequent.
The second project in my Data Visualisation classes was related to interactive graphics. The task was to create an interactive graphics/app/tool that summarizes scripts from a selected movie or series.

Here are the top 6 visualizations created by my students. Mostly with R.

Harry Potter

Which duelling spells were cast most often in which book from the Harry Potter series?
Find out here.

HarryPotter

Avengers

Which emotions are the most common for your favorite Avenger?
Find out here.

Avengers

Games of Thrones

Which Starks are mentioned frequently in Season 6?
Find out here.

GameOfThrones

The Lion King

What Simba felt during The Lion King?
Find out here.

LionKing

Pulp Fiction

What is the f**k factor for different characters in the Pulp Fiction?
Find out here.

pulpFiction

Léon The Professional

Which character is the most angry in the Léon The Professional?
Find out here.

Leon

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