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\begin{document}
\maketitle
\centering
Diagrams for:\\Parikka, Jussi, and Tony D. Sampson. Forthcoming.\\`The Operational Loops of a Pandemic`. \emph{Cultural Politics}.
Diagrams for:\\
\bibentry{sampson2021}
\begin{figure}
\centering
\input{scalar_logics/scalar-logic.tex}
\caption{Scalar relations of SARS-CoV-2\\ \citep{mattern2020, jaque2020}}
\end{figure}
\begin{figure}
\centering
\input{futures_loop/futures.tex}
\caption{Models as an operational part of pandemic production.}
\includegraphics[width=\textwidth]{tornado/tornado_plot.pdf}
\caption{`Phase portrait diagram' \citep[visualisation method from][]{dorling2020}, showing daily number of COVID-19 cases and rate of change in the UK. Data from John Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA, via https://disease.sh API (accessed 10 Sept. 2020).}
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\begin{figure}
\centering
\input{scalar_logics/scalar-logic.tex}
\caption{Scalar relations. Inspired by Jaque and Munuera's \emph{Transcalar Architecture of Covid-19} (2020).}
\input{futures_loop/futures.tex}
\caption{Models as an operational part of pandemic production. \citep{chun2015,dinno2007}}
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\caption{Propelling mechanism of the pandemic ``wave'' as an operational image.}
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\begin{figure}
\centering
\includegraphics[width=\textwidth]{tornado/tornado_plot.pdf}
\caption{`Phase portrait diagram' (Dorling 2020), showing daily number of COVID-19 cases and rate of change in the UK. Data from John Hopkins University, Baltimore, USA, via https://disease.sh API (accessed 10 Sept. 2020).\\---\\
Ref: Dorling, Danny. 2020. `Covid19 | SLOWDOWN'. 2020. http://www.dannydorling.org/books/SLOWDOWN/Covid19.html. (accessed 10 Sept. 2020)}
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@article{chun2015,
title = {On {{Hypo}}-{{Real Models}} or {{Global Climate Change}}: {{A Challenge}} for the {{Humanities}}},
shorttitle = {On {{Hypo}}-{{Real Models}} or {{Global Climate Change}}},
author = {Chun, Wendy Hui Kyong},
year = {2015},
month = mar,
volume = {41},
pages = {675--703},
publisher = {{The University of Chicago Press}},
issn = {0093-1896},
doi = {10.1086/680090},
file = {/home/david/Dropbox/_Library/Zotero Library/Chun/Chun_2015_On Hypo-Real Models or Global Climate Change.pdf},
journal = {Critical Inquiry},
keywords = {climate change,conjectural knowledge,models,operational loops of covid-19,speculation},
number = {3}
}
@article{dinno2007,
title = {Loop Analysis of Causal Feedback in Epidemiology: {{An}} Illustration Relating to Urban Neighborhoods and Resident Depressive Experiences},
shorttitle = {Loop Analysis of Causal Feedback in Epidemiology},
author = {Dinno, Alexis},
year = {2007},
month = nov,
volume = {65},
pages = {2043--2057},
issn = {0277-9536},
doi = {10.1016/j.socscimed.2007.06.018},
abstract = {The causal feedback implied by urban neighborhood conditions that shape human health experiences, that in turn shape neighborhood conditions through a complex causal web, raises a challenge for traditional epidemiological causal analyses. This article introduces the loop analysis method, and builds off of a core loop model linking neighborhood property vacancy rate, resident depressive symptoms, rate of neighborhood death, and rate of neighborhood exit in a feedback network. External interventions and models including resident social isolation and neighborhood greenspace programs are hypothesized to predict different effects upon depressive symptoms and neighborhood conditions. I justify and apply loop analysis to the specific example of depressive symptoms and abandoned urban residential property to show how inquiries into the behavior of causal systems can answer different kinds of hypotheses, and thereby compliment those of causal modeling using statistical models. Neighborhood physical conditions that are only indirectly influenced by depressive symptoms may nevertheless manifest the mental health experiences of their residents; conversely, neighborhood physical conditions may be a significant mental health risk for the population of neighborhood residents. I find that participatory greenspace programs are likely to produce adaptive responses in depressive symptoms and different neighborhood conditions, which are different in character to non-participatory greenspace interventions.},
file = {/home/david/Dropbox/_Library/Zotero Library/Dinno/Dinno_2007_Loop analysis of causal feedback in epidemiology.pdf;/home/david/Dropbox/_Library/Zotero Library/Dinno/Dinno_2007_Loop analysis of causal feedback in epidemiology2.pdf},
journal = {Social Science \& Medicine},
keywords = {covid-19,epidemiology,operational loops of covid-19},
language = {en},
number = {10}
}
@misc{dorling2020,
title = {Covid19 | {{SLOWDOWN}}},
author = {Dorling, Danny},
year = {2020},
url = {http://www.dannydorling.org/books/SLOWDOWN/Covid19.html},
urldate = {2020-09-10},
keywords = {data viz,operational loops of covid-19}
}
@article{helmreich2020,
title = {The {{Shape}} of {{Epidemics}}},
author = {Helmreich, Stefan and Jones, David S.},
year = {2020},
month = jun,
url = {http://bostonreview.net/science-nature/david-s-jones-stefan-helmreich-shape-epidemics},
file = {/home/david/Dropbox/_Library/Zotero Library/Helmreich_Jones/Helmreich_Jones_2020_The Shape of Epidemics.pdf},
journal = {Boston Review},
keywords = {covid-19,DOTF todo,history of dataviz,operational loops of covid-19}
}
@misc{jaque2020,
title = {The {{Transscalar Architecture}} of {{COVID}}-19},
author = {Jaque, Andr{\'e}s and Munuera, Ivan},
year = {2020},
month = apr,
publisher = {{Dezeen}},
url = {https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AD6khyFbBcQ},
keywords = {covid-19}
}
@article{mattern2020,
title = {The Scalar Logics of {{COVID}}},
author = {Mattern, Shannon},
year = {2020},
month = apr,
url = {https://www.harun-farocki-institut.org/en/2020/04/25/the-scalar-logics-of-covid-journal-of-visual-culture-hafi-7/},
urldate = {2021-03-30},
file = {/home/david/Dropbox/_Library/Zotero Library/Mattern/Mattern_April 25th 020_The scalar logics of COVID (Journal of Visual Culture & HaFI, 7) - 02 - Rosa.pdf},
journal = {Rosa Mercedes},
keywords = {covid-19,operational images,operational loops of covid-19},
language = {en-GB},
number = {02}
}
@article{sampson2021,
title = {The {{Operational Loops}} of a {{Pandemic}}},
author = {Sampson, Tony D. and Parikka, Jussi},
year = {2021},
month = mar,
volume = {17},
pages = {55--68},
issn = {1743-2197},
doi = {10.1215/17432197-8797529},
abstract = {This article analyzes the visual operations of contagions and their material aftereffects. Data visualizations and diagrams have played a key role in the visual culture of the contagion, and this article explores especially two recurring themes: curves and simulations. The article addresses the data diagrams that describe and predict, advise and control actions during the pandemic. The authors argue that these curves and simulations are also crucial epistemic and aesthetic occurrences that produce the long tale of the epidemic as it pertains to a variety of actions from policy making to affective responses. Furthermore, the text investigates the theme of the operational loop to help us grasp statistical curves and simulations as part of a multiscalar logic of the epidemic image and to discuss the temporal modalities of these various images and diagrams. The article also includes David Benqu\'e's speculative diagrams of contagion loops that present an artistic response to the theoretical theme.},
file = {/home/david/Dropbox/_Library/Zotero Library/Parikka_Sampson/Parikka_Sampson_Forthcoming_The Operational Loops of a Pandemic.pdf},
journal = {Cultural Politics},
keywords = {covid-19,data gaze,diagram studies,operational images,operational loops of covid-19},
number = {1}
}
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