- AiSee--Graph Visualization
Looking for state-of-the-art graph layout software? Need a graph browser which supports 15 layout algorithms, fast visualization of huge graphs, recursive graph nesting, easy printing and export of graphs to various formats?
Well, look no more — you’ve found it.
aiSee supports 15 basic graph layout algorithms, recursive subgraph nesting and export of graphs to PostScript, PNG and SVG. Its design has been optimized to handle large graphs automatically generated by applications (e.g. compilers).
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- Ben Bederson
Human-Computer Interaction Lab
- Catherine Plaisant
Dr. Catherine Plaisant is Associate Director of Research of the Human-Computer Interaction Lab of the University of Maryland Institute for Advanced Computer Studies. She earned a Doctorat d'Ingenieur degree in France in 1982 (similar to a Industrial Engineering PhD) and has written over 90 refereed technical publications on diverse subjects such as information visualization, digital libraries, universal access, image browsing, help, digital humanities, technology for families, or evaluation methodologies. She recently co-authored with Ben Shneiderman the 4th Edition of Designing the User Interface , one of the major books on the topic of Human-Computer Interaction. She enjoys working with multidisciplinary teams on designing and evaluating new interface tec
- Christopher Collins: Research
I am currently developing interactive visualizations of linguistic data with a focus on convergence and coordination of multiple views of data to provide enhanced insight. This approach is exemplified through several linguistic data visualizations in my thesis research.
- Graph Visualization
HCIL projects in Graph Visualization
Graph visualization is a way of representing structural information as diagrams of abstract graphs and networks. Automatic graph drawing has many important applications in software engineering, database and web design, networking, and in visual interfaces for many other domains. Graphviz is open source graph visualization software.
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by 8 users
- IBM's Visual Communication Lab
We develop visualizations that help people see and exchange information in novel ways. Our designs aim to transform visualization from a solitary activity into a collaborative one. Some application areas are citizen advocacy, social network analysis, software development, and executive decision-making.
- Many Eyes
My page of visualizations: "word" trees, although the visualizations in fact explore characters and morphemes.
- Many Eyes on Siwu ne
Visualization of a function morpheme.
- Pajek network visualizer
See e.g. http://vlado.fmf.uni-lj.si/pub/networks/doc/gd.01/Pajek8.png
- Periodic Table of Visualization
Lots of pop-up visualization charts, some of doubtful utility. Overall organization is unclear, but there are some useful ideas.
by 25 users
Processing is an open source programming language and environment for people who want to program images, animation, and interactions. It is used by students, artists, designers, researchers, and hobbyists for learning, prototyping, and production. I
by 29 users
Treemaps for space-constrained visualization of hierarchies
- Tufte's forum
Ask questions or add comments. Even some previews of coming attractions.
Edward Tufte home page for books, posters, sculpture, fine art and one-day course: Presenting Data and Information
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by 2 users
- VCG Tools
The VCG tool reads a textual and readable specification of a graph and visualizes the graph. The VCG tool is not a graph editor. It is intended to visualize large graphs that are automatically generated by programs, e.g. debuggers of data structures.
- Visual Browser
Visual Browser is a Java application that can visualise the data in RDF scheme
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