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New DARPA BAA

By: Richard May  On: Mon, Apr. 02, 2012  
News
DARPA has a new BAA out which includes a significant visualization research component.

VAST Challenge 2012 Call for Participation

By: Ian Roberts  On: Tue, Mar. 13, 2012  
This year’s VAST Challenge focuses on visual analytics applications for both large scale situation analysis and cyber security. There will be two mini-challenges to test your visual analytics applications and your analytical skills. Mini-challenge 1 data is available now.

LDAV 2012: Call for Participation

By: SharonE  On: Tue, Mar. 13, 2012  
News
The IEEE Symposium on Large-Scale Data Analysis and Visualization (LDAV) is now soliciting both long and short papers.

New: Center on Visual and Decision Informatics

By: SharonE  On: Wed, Feb. 15, 2012  
News
The National Science Foundation has awarded funding to the University of Louisiana at Lafayette and Drexel University to create the Center on Visual and Decision Informatics (CVDI).

VisWeek 2012 Call for Participation

By: SharonE  On: Thu, Feb. 09, 2012  
News
The premier forum for advances in scientific and information visualization, VisWeek 2012, will be co-located with the Symposium on Large-Scale Data Analysis and Visualization and the Symposium on Biological Dava Visualization in beautiful Seattle, Washington.

Two New VA Community Articles

By: SharonE  On: Thu, Jan. 26, 2012  
News
Two new research articles have been posted to the VA Community site.

User Research for Visual Analytics

By: Oriana Love  On: Wed, Jan. 25, 2012  
Visual analytics research is not simply about creating a pretty picture or telling any story. To prove useful, the result of our work must be engaging and approachable, and it must support interactions that help users discover the right genre of story based on their data, tasks and goals. It follows that the visual analytics community must take a user-centric approach by concentrating on the eventual end users to build useful—not just beautiful—visualizations.

GreenLynx

By: Richard May  On: Wed, Jan. 25, 2012  
GreenLynx was developed to quickly assess the connections among a collection of phones based on the forensic data on the phones themselves. Connections between phones can be assessed through phone calls, text messages, and shared contacts. This analysis usually results in a large graph of connections; making sense of these complicated and large graphs can be challenging. GreenLynx focuses on ease of use and speeding up the time from raw phone data to useful decisions. Investigators can filter based on a date range, area code, or a single phone number.

Special Issue of Information Visualization

By: SharonE  On: Thu, Jan. 12, 2012  
News
Sage Journals is providing free access to Special Issue: State of the Field and New Research Directions of Information Visualization through February 5, 2012.

Scenario-Based Evaluation in Information Visualization

By: SharonE  On: Fri, Jan. 06, 2012  
News
A recently published paper, Empirical Studies in Information Visualization: Seven Scenarios, describes a novel approach to evaluation.
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