IEEE TVCG Session on Advances in Data Visualization

Tuesday, 26 July, 3:45 pm - 5:15 pm, Anaheim Convention Center, Room 304 AB
Session Chair: Chuck Hansen, University of Utah

HOLA: Human-Like Orthogonal Network Layout

This novel graph-layout algorithm for orthogonal networks is based on how human designers craft more effective layouts. InfoVis 2015 Best Paper recipient.

Steve Kieffer
Monash University

Tim Dwyer
Monash University

Kim Marriott
Monash University

Michael Wybrow
Monash University

Visualization-by-Sketching: An Artist’s Interface for Creating Multivariate Time-Varying Data

A sketching user interface for designing new data visualizations, to support more diverse users and enhance creativity. SciVis 2015 Best Paper recipient.

David Schroeder
Gonzaga University

Daniel Keefe
Gonzaga University

Voyager: Exploratory Analysis via Faceted Browsing of Visualization Recommendations

This project augments manual chart construction with an interactive gallery of automatically generated visualizations chosen according to statistical and perceptual measures, which facilitates more comprehensive analysis of previously unseen data.

Kanit Wongsuphasawat
University of Washington

Dominik Moritz
University of Washington

Anushka Anand
Tableau Software

Jock Mackinlay
Tableau Software

Bill Howe
University of Washington

Jeffrey Heer
University of Washington

Time Curves: Folding Time to Visualize Patterns of Temporal Evolution in Data

Introducing a general approach for visualizing patterns in high-dimensional, time-varying data. Time curves employ the metaphor of folding a timeline to bring similar points close to each other.

Benjamin Bach
Microsoft Research

Conglei Shi
IBM T.J. Watson Research Center

Nicolas Heulot
IRT SystemX

Tara Madhyastha
University of Washington

Tom Grabowski
University of Washington

Pierre Dragicevic