Tag Archives: visualization

Evaluating Interfaces of Visual Analytic Tools

Title: Evaluating Interfaces of Visual Analytic Tools Goals: Facilitate visualization techniques to explore “big data”, and provide a coherent method to evaluate information visualization tools. Responsible TA: Onur Yuruten Student Name: Taken Keywords: Visual analytics, visualisation, interface evaluation Abstract: The amount of data generated in scientific studies (such as in life sciences and pervasive healthcare […]

Visual Analytics for Pervasive Sensor Data

Title: Visual Analytics for Pervasive Sensor Data Dates: 2013 Researchers: Onur Yuruten and Pearl Pu Keywords: Activities of daily living, visual analytics, visualisation Abstract: Advances in sensor technology have enabled the deployment of pervasive healthcare systems in increasingly larger scales. There is a ‘quantified self’ movement, which involves using wearable sensors to quantify external activities of daily […]

Recognizing Emotions in Olympic Tweets

Title: Fine-Grained Emotion Analysis in the Tweets about Olympic Games Dates: 2012-current Researchers: Valentina Sintsova and Pearl Pu Keywords: Emotion Recognition, Social Media Analysis, Emotion Visualization, Human Computation Description: Social media platforms such as Twitter or Sina Weibo have become a common way for people to share opinions and emotions. Sports events are traditionally accompanied by strong […]

Tomorrow’s music player [Archived]

Title: Tomorrow’s music player Duration: One Semester Responsible TA: Nicolas Jones Goals: The goal of this project is to design a new visual interface for an existing music recommender, Last.fm. Solution: Extend the jlfm java library and create a music player (respecting the audioscrobbler protocol) Keywords: audioscrobbler. interface, java, last.fm, library, middleware, mp3, protocol, streaming, […]

Implementation of an interactive travel map [Archived]

Title: Implementation of an interactive travel map Duration: One Semester Responsible TA: Li Chen Goals: Implement a prototype that could visualize the travel-related reviews Keywords: usability study, visual analytics, visualization Abstract: The most distinguishable feature of Web2.0 would be it simulates a platform where users could freely share their reviews, experiences and stories with others. […]