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Visual Analytics Challenges

Dec 16th, 2009 | By | Category: News, Publications

Daniel A. Keim and Joern Kohlhammer and Giuseppe Santucci and Florian Mansmann and Franz Wanner and Matthias Schaefer, Visual Analytics Challenges, 2009, pp.8, Echallenges 2009, Istanbul, Turkey, [download], [bibtex]

  author = {Daniel A. Keim and Joern Kohlhammer and Giuseppe Santucci and Florian Mansmann and Franz Wanner and Matthias Schaefer},
  title = {Visual Analytics Challenges},
  pages = {8},
  year = {2009},
  note = {Echallenges 2009, Istanbul, Turkey},

Visual Analytics to Explore Iceberg Movement

Dec 15th, 2009 | By | Category: News

Remote sensing image repositories are the fastest growing archives of spatio-temporal information. This leads to large time-series that geoscientists need to explore and understand. Effective exploratory tools are urgently needed to handle the large data sets efficiently. Common application areas that require such tools are, amongst others: climate change and environmental monitoring studies, hazard analysis, [...]

Innovative Filtering Techniques and Customized Analytics Tools

Dec 15th, 2009 | By | Category: Interactive Demos

Harald Bosch, Julian Heinrichm, Benjamin Höferlin, Markus Höferlin, Steffen Koch, Christoph Müller, Guido Reina, Michael Wörner Description The VAST 2009 Challenge consisted of three heterogeneous synthetic data sets organized into separate mini-challenges with minimal correspondence information. The challenge task was the identification of a suspected data theft from cyber and real-world traces. The grand challenge [...]

SLIVISU – A visual analytics tool to validate simulation models against collected data.

Dec 14th, 2009 | By | Category: Featured Articles, News

Environmental simulation models are created to understand environmental processes and to analyse future scenarios. To asses the quality of simulation models various methods are applied, one is to validate model output against collected data. [...]

Geovisual Analytics applied to a Swedish Road Warning Prediction System

Dec 14th, 2009 | By | Category: Featured Articles, News

The Swedish road administration has for this winter season introduced an advanced road warning prediction system that has been developed in close collaboration with Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute SMHI. [...]

Geovisual Analytics applied to Weather and Ship Data

Dec 14th, 2009 | By | Category: News

The shipping industry has a need to draw accurate conclusions and make well planned decisions regarding routes and weather factors. There are a large number of variables affecting the success of every sea voyage performed by vessels such as cargo ships. Important aspects being considered are speed, safety and costs because of their direct impact [...]

Geovisual Analytics for Self-Organizing Network Data

Dec 14th, 2009 | By | Category: Publications

VoSON (Visualization of Self-Organizing Network) is developed in close collaboration with our research telecom partner Ericsson and allows the operators to follow, interact with and analyze the evolution of a self-organizing network under the operation of an automatic algorithm such as ANR. VoSON increases comprehension of the behaviour of a self-organizing network and supports network [...]

Collaborative Geovisual Analytics applied to regional statistical temporal data

Dec 14th, 2009 | By | Category: News Recent advances in web-enabled graphics technologies have the potential to make a dramatic impact on developing highly interactive Geovisual Analytics applications for the Internet. An emerging and challenging application domain is geovisualization of regional (sub-national) statistics. Higher integration driven by institutional processes and economic globalisation is eroding national borders and creating competition along regional [...]

GeoVA(T): GeoSpatial Visual Analytics: Focus on Time

Dec 11th, 2009 | By | Category: Conferences

Workshop at AGILE, 11 May 2010, and special issue of IJGIS – Int J GIScience

VisMaster Industry Day

Dec 11th, 2009 | By | Category: News

Today, in many spheres of human activity, massive amounts of data are collected and stored. As the volumes of data available to lawmakers, civil servants, business people and scientists increase, their effective use becomes more challenging. Simply keeping up to date with the flood of data, using standard tools for data analysis and management, is [...]