"Airplanes over Boston" (Instructional Document, Data Set, and glue session files)
This short training uses a data set collected by glue solutions team members using a tiny USB antenna as an "observatory" to track air traffic over Boston from the roof of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. We are grateful to Harvard University for hosting the antenna, and any data collected with it may be freely re-purposed. (This posting is pending approval from the National Science Foundation, which funds general-purpose glue software development.)
"Seeing More of the Universe" (YouTube playlist)
The Seeing More of the Universe Series was created by glue solutions' President, and Harvard Professor, Alyssa Goodman for the Data Science Fellowship Program of the Vera Rubin Observatory, in 2021. Goodman created these videos to help anyone interested in visualization--not just astronomers--learn more about how and why to visualize high-dimensional data. A full playlist is on the 10QViz YouTube channel, free for re-use.