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This tutorial describes how to draw clear, concise, accurate graphs that are easier to understand than many of the graphs one sees today. The tutorial emphasizes how to avoid common mistakes that produce confusing or even misleading graphs. Graphs for one, two, three, and many variables are covered as well as general principles for creating effective graphs.
by Jock Mackinlay
Interactive visualizations have become the new media for telling stories online. This session will focus on going from a good visualization to a great visualization by focusing on organization, user interface, and formatting. You should expect to leave this session confident in your ability to consistently create excellent interactive visuals.
"Many hands make light work", as the saying goes. That's true when thousands of people can collaborate on a data set. In this session, we'll look at collective interfaces that allow many distributed users to examine and share data with one another, and how that's changing traditional desktop visualization tools.
Many of the tools Google created to store, query, analyze, visualize data are exposed to external developers. This talk will give you an overview of Google services for Data Crunchers: Google Storage for developers, BigQuery, Machine Learning API, App Engine, Visualization API.
Live demonstration of ambient computing using projector-camera pairs to scan the room and place interactive simulations into the space. All surfaces are rendered interactive. We will demonstrate a 3D sandtable for firefighter training and STEM education where the 3D sand becomes and interactive surface.
by Brian Wilson
New technologies are driving a new era of global collaboration among scientists and researchers. Digital scholarship, the ability to create, collect, publish and collaborate in new digital mediums, is driving the exponential growth of data related to scholarly research. This talk will highlight evolving strategies used to appraise and predict success of institutions and researchers.
1st–3rd February 2011