|Spotfire||For info: http://www.spotfire.com/
Licensed software: Installed in HCIL1(3174) in the PCs called: Denali, Glacier, Point Lookout, Yosemite and Bigbasin (they all have a Spotfire mouse pad!)
REMEMBER: you do not have priority access to those PCs!
You can also download a mini demo version from the spotfire website to try it (no save though...)
We do have a 3 y.o. Java tool called Stardom that does the basic functions of spotfire and can be used in your final project. For the code: ask Catherine
For reference: here is the old classic demo of the HomeFinder
You can request access to the Java code from Anne Rose (rose@cs) and create data for the treemap.
Several demos online
|Jazz (zooming user interface)||http://www.cs.umd.edu/hcil/jazz/
A robust general tool for developing zoomable graphical
applications, and of course visualizations too.
Java source code, examples etc.
You could also "draw" your viz. ideas with Kidpad.
|Query previews||see http://www.cs.umd.edu/~egemen/demo.html
The PhD work of Egemen Tanin
see Egemen Tanin for the code (email@example.com)
|Dotfire or GRIDL||see info in http://www.cs.umd.edu/hcil/members/arose/gridl/
GRIDL is the newest version, in Java
for the archived code: ask Anne Rose (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dynamic queries on maps
Visual basic application
(for the code ask Gunjan Dang (email@example.com)
|Excentric labels (a component of Info Viz systems)||http://www.cs.umd.edu/hcil/excentric
The java code can be downloaded from the page
This is only a component of visualization (labeling) but there are many improvements, extension to the technique you could imagine.
Demo, homegrown at Virginia Tech (web applet)
You can create data for it.
Find the demos of the products with the search tool
or try: local tablelens demo (you can create test data for it.)
Find the demos of the product with the search tool
It's in there somewhere...
|Star Coordinates||zipped Java application
from IBM Almaden
Not sure if you can create data for it (try it and let us know)
|OTHER TOOL LINKS YOU COULD EXPLORE
(older links that may need updating - please tell us!)
|IBM Data Explorer||http://www.almaden.ibm.com/dx/|
POSSIBLE DATASET SOURCES
|Data from the Sociology Dept. (internet usage)||www.webuse.umd.edu
(+ spreadsheet + the page given by Ben S. in class)
|Chevron oil production or equipment data||Ask Catherine|
or ask gunjan Dang (dang@cs) or Egemen Tanin (egemen@cs)
|The CMU stat department||http://lib.stat.cmu.edu/
and look for "datasets"
also has tools
The Grammar of Graphics of L. Wilkinson
You can see the examples/figures of the book and the data used in the examples.
|MORE TO COME|
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