CPSC 683 - InfoVis

exploring information visualization

Date

October 24, 2017

Visualizing an Algorithm

October 24 ”true/false is a machine that constantly generates instructions to reveal images and assigned patterns according to its algorithm. It visualizes the computational process and exposes the implementation of these commands. As the piece transforms into the assigned motif,… Continue Reading →

Tableau Machine

Romero et. al. The Tableau Machine This seems like a cross between Markus’ Master’s thesis and the clock from Harry Potter. Markus’ thesis because it has the same idea of abstracting personal data into geometric shapes. And, the clock from Harry… Continue Reading →

2D Radix Sort

Source A 2D visualization of a radix sort. This is unique in that most visualizations for sorting are done technically one dimensional. If you watch the video this is pulled from, these are some really amazing visualizations

CityVR: Visualization of Code

(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UJU9FYlp6oU) I’m currently at a conference in Vancouver right now in a workshop for VR and AR, and this one speaker had an application where he visualized difference classes by using a building structure, and the ability to look at… Continue Reading →

Periodic Table of Visualization Methods

This interactive tool is like a dictionary of visualization methods. It lets you view an example when you hover over each one. It’s pretty cool! I think more can always be added though! Reference: “http://www.visual-literacy.org/periodic_table/periodic_table.html”

Spider Web Flights

This is a visualization of flights in and out of an airport (signalling their ascent and descent). This could easily look like an abstract piece of art, but actually depicts emerging air traffic control patterns over time. This sort of… Continue Reading →

Sci-Fi Ship Comparissons

(https://dirkloechel.deviantart.com/art/Size-Comparison-Science-Fiction-Spaceships-398790051) Another comparison visualization. This one is actually a pretty neat vis as it shows many popular science fiction ships while keeping them scaled to size. I am disappointed that the Tardis didn’t show up though. I guess that considering… Continue Reading →

Pokemon vis

(http://portfolio.newschool.edu/shawn937/files/2015/10/PokeScale-2ko7ypx.jpg) This was a blast from the past. I haven’t really dealt with a lot of pokemon things recently, but I used to really enjoy it when I was younger. I still remember renting out a bunch of pokemon movies… Continue Reading →

Tidal Datum

Adrien Segal describes Tidal Datum on her site as “a series of data sculptures visualizing tidal charts as a physical experience to reveal the subtle unseen patterns in the ocean’s sea level as the tides rise and fall in a… Continue Reading →

curriculum mapping needs infovis

This is a great example of how data is used at the institutional level – the university is working on mapping curricula in all faculties, to document what kinds of things are done in each course/program/department/faculty, and how that maps… Continue Reading →

Hurricane Irma Visualization

https://www.washingtonpost.com/graphics/2017/national/how-big-is-hurricane-irma/?utm_term=.fd05b9c4ecf8 This is a visualization of hurricane Irma compared to other hurricanes. Quantitatively hurricane Katrina had also carried similar energy in 2005. But the wind speed of Hurricane Irma was quite strong breaking the record for consecutive hours at category 5. But… Continue Reading →

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