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Visualization Journal Club - Summer 2014


Mission Statement

This group aims to facilitate students, faculty, and curious onlooker knowledge of state-of-the-art techniques in all areas of Visualization (scientific visualization, information visualization, and visual analytics). To accomplish this, as a group we will read and discuss seminal works, best papers, and other papers of interest.

Format

  • A 1-3 paragraph paper summary will be provided by the discussion leader the night before the meeting.
  • At the open, the discussion leader will summarize the paper.
  • Open discussion will commence. Everyone should come prepared, having read the paper, along with 1 positive attribute of the paper, 1 negative attribute of the paper, and 1 question about the paper or a topic for future research.

Schedule

Held weekly on Monday at 2:00 p.m. in Halvorsen Conference Room (WEB 4640). Drop-ins welcome.
To join the mailing list, please e-mail Paul at (prosen at sci dot utah dot edu)

Date Paper Discussion Leader
May 19 Visual Analysis of Sets of Heterogeneous Matrices Using Projection-Based Distance Functions and Semantic Zoom
In EuroVis 2014
Paul Rosen
May 26 No Meeting (Memorial Day)  
Jun 2 No Meeting  
Jun 9 Visual Embedding: A Model for Visualization 
In IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications
 
Jun 16  Evaluating the Impact of User Characteristics and Different Layouts on an Interactive Visualization for Decision Making
In EuroVis 2014
 
Jun 23  Visual Analysis of Multi-Dimensional Categorical Data Sets
In EuroVis 2014
 
Jun 30  No meeting  
Jul 7  Glyphs for Exploring Crowd-sourced Subjective Survey Classification (video)
In EuroVis 2014 (Best Paper)
 
   ... No Meeting   
Aug 11  Touching Transport - A Case Study on Visualizing Metropolitan Public Transit on Interactive Tabletops  (video)
In the Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI)
 
Aug 18  Virtual finger boosts three-dimensional imaging and microsurgery as well as terabyte volume image visualization and analysis
In Nature Communications
 
Aug 25 
Options:
  Illustrative Visualization of Molecular Reactions using Omniscient Intelligence and Passive Agents
  In EuroVis 2014

  Mimic: Visual Analytics of Online Micro-interactions
  In the Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI)

  Effect of Lateral Chromatic Aberration for Chart Reading in Information Visualization on Display Devices
  In the Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI)

  The Eyes Have It: A Task by Data Type Taxonomy for Information Visualizations
  In IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages 
 

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