Parker Ziegler

Featured Open Source

I'm passionate about open source because I fundamentally believe in the radical power of transparent and open knowledge making. Here are some of the projects I've worked on the most.

Contributions

When I'm not doing research or teaching, I love contributing to open source. Here are the stats for my contributions over the past year.

328

Commits

62

Pull Requests

17

Pull Request Reviews

16

Issues

Projects

Screenshots showing different maps made using cartokit, a direct manipulation programming environment for interactive cartography on the web.

cartokit

cartokit is a direct manipulation programming environment for interactive cartography on the web. Style geospatial data via intuitive direct manipulation controls while the cartokit compiler writes the corresponding JavaScript code.

SvelteSvelte
TypeScriptTypeScript
TailwindTailwind
Screenshots showing the reviz Chrome extension reverse engineering visualizations from the New York Times website.

reviz Chrome Extension

The reviz Chrome extension brings the power of the reviz engine and compiler to your DevTools. Use the extension to turn any SVG visualization on the web into an Observable Plot program and accompanying visualization that you can edit, remix, and apply to new data.

Chrome ExtensionsChrome Extensions
ReactReact
TypeScriptTypeScript
TailwindTailwind
A collection of Observable notebooks exploring the national debt.

The National Debt

This collection of Observable notebooks explores patterns in the US national debt across Presidential and Congressional eras. Where did the debt originate from, how is it changing, and who is responsible?

ObservableObservable
D3D3
JavaScriptJavaScript
The documentation site for renature, a physics-based animation-library for React.

renature Docs Site

The documentation site for renature provides diagrams, live code editors, and an animation gallery to help users get started animating joyfully with this physics-based animation library for React.

ReactReact
JavaScriptJavaScript
SketchSketch
A data visualization project looking at police shootings in the United State between 2015 and 2016.

Police Shootings

This set of visualizations combines data from the Guardian and the 5-year American Community Survey (ACS) to better understand geographic and racial patterns in police violence in America.

D3D3
ReactReact
ReduxRedux
JavaScriptJavaScript