CPSC 683 - InfoVis

exploring information visualization

Date

November 4, 2017

textvis

Playing with the translation data. Crazy convergence and divergence of agreement over translated words…

clinic locations

source:http://bigdata.duke.edu/projects/rti-duke-data-practicum Satellite images are mostly used for classification analyses. However, in this analysis, they have used images to improve the visualization.

Rat Growth

source: http://bigdata.duke.edu/projects/nutrition-dependent-growth-laboratory-rat Using images to display the rat growth over time is more effective. I think it is easy to visualize the information in picture than other visualization.

Sleep Series 2016 – Maryam Ashkanian

by Maryam Ashkanian https://www.instagram.com/maryamashkanianstudio/ I think this represents art as it approaches visualization. Ashkanian has captured instances of people sleeping through the creation of embroidered portraits.

Gender Representation of Comic Book Characters

Amanda Shendruk created this amazing group of visualizations that show gender differences in comic book superheroes. It shows how women tend to have mental powers while men have physical powers, that only 8% of superhero teams have more women than… Continue Reading →

floor plans

source: http://www.roomsketcher.com/floor-plans/ Information visualization of the floor plans have been developed considerably. I think the visualization of the first picture provides clear idea about the final project. Also, the visualization of 3D models helpful to reduce the miscommunication (between building developers… Continue Reading →

Bubble Chart for Software Developer

http://jawspeak.com/category/testability/ Here a bubble chart is used to display how a software developer commits. The size of the bubble signifies the size of each check-in. This visualization will help developers to encourage better style (developer testing).

Sleep Drawings

November 4 “Ink and watercolor drawings (all about 12 inches), measured, cut arranged…from daily activity charts and nightly sleep data. Experimenting with the nature of brain proportions, and the a sympathetic connection each of us has to pattern.” – Laurie Frick

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