IEEE VIS 2015 started today. The first sessions included network visualization and projections, as well as a panel on the use of color in visualization. [Read more…] about VIS 2015 – Tuesday
Reports from conferences I attend. This mainly includes IEEE VIS/VisWeek and EuroVis, but also other academic conferences like CHI and non-academic ones like OpenVis and Tapestry.
My colleagues at Tableau Research have three papers at InfoVis next week. They cover guided data exploration, color theory, and data partitioning. Here’s a little preview. [Read more…] about Tableau Papers at IEEE VIS 2015
I attended EuroVis 2015 last week in Cagliari, Sardinia. This is the second-most important conference in the academic visualization world, and there were plenty of good sessions to choose from (full and short papers, state-of-the-art reports, and industry sessions). [Read more…] about Report: EuroVis 2015
Last week, I had the pleasure of attending the CHI 2015 conference in Seoul, South Korea. CHI technically stands for Computer-Human Interaction, but it has become a name rather than an acronym in recent years. And CHI’s scope is very broad, it covers many areas that are not strictly part of HCI (Human-Computer Interaction – why use one acronym when you can have two?). [Read more…] about Conference Report: CHI 2015
While I’ve covered individual talks and events at IEEE VIS 2014, there are also some overall observations – positive and negative – I thought would be interesting to write down to see what others were thinking. [Read more…] about VIS 2014 Observations and Thoughts
Wow, that was fast! VIS 2014 is already over. This year’s last day was shorter than in previous years, with just one morning session and then the closing session with the capstone talk. [Read more…] about VIS 2014 – Friday
Thursday was the penultimate day of VIS 2014. I ended up only going to InfoVis sessions, and unfortunately missed a panel I had been planning to see. The papers were a bit more mixed, but there were agains some really good ones. [Read more…] about VIS 2014 – Thursday
Wednesday is more than the halfway point of the conference, and was clearly the high point so far. There were some great papers, the arts program, and I got to see the Bertin exhibit.
[Read more…] about VIS 2014 – Wednesday
The big opening day of the conference, Tuesday, brought us a keynote, talks, and panels. Also, a new trend I really like: many talks end with the URL of a webpage that contains a brief summary of the paper, the PDF, and often even a link to the source code of the tool they developed. [Read more…] about VIS 2014 – Tuesday
IEEE VIS 2014 technically began on Saturday, with the first full day open to all attendees being Sunday. Monday continued the workshops and tutorials, and that is where we join our intrepid reporter. [Read more…] about VIS 2014 – Monday