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The Visualizing Seating Habits [skyrill.com] diagram is based on a relatively simple idea: it captures the seating habits of a class of MIT System Design and Management graduate students attending a specific class (15.514, I am guessing this is Financial and Managerial Accounting) during the summer of 2011.

As "all names have been anonymized", I suppose the names have been replaced by pseudonyms. This would be a good tool to correlate against architectural quality (e.g. light, temperature), or final exam scores, I think.


It would be great to see what the final grades of these students were. I'm convinced there is a high correlation between sitting up front and high grades. I used to tell my students that sitting in the front row is the easiest way to improve your grades.

Mon 12 Sep 2011 at 2:47 PM
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