Creating Small Unit Based Glyph Visualisation

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Creating Small Unit Based Glyph Visualisation. / Jackson, James; Ritsos, Panagiotis D.; Roberts, Jonathan C.

2018. Poster session presented at IEEE Conference on Visualization, Berlin, Germany.

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Jackson, J, Ritsos, PD & Roberts, JC 2018, 'Creating Small Unit Based Glyph Visualisation', IEEE Conference on Visualization, Berlin, Germany, 21/10/18 - 26/10/18.

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Jackson, J., Ritsos, P. D., & Roberts, J. C. (2018). Creating Small Unit Based Glyph Visualisation. Poster session presented at IEEE Conference on Visualization, Berlin, Germany.

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Jackson J, Ritsos PD, Roberts JC. 2018. Creating Small Unit Based Glyph Visualisation. Poster session presented at IEEE Conference on Visualization, Berlin, Germany.

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Jackson, James, Panagiotis D. Ritsos, and Jonathan C. Roberts Creating Small Unit Based Glyph Visualisation. IEEE Conference on Visualization, 21 Oct 2018, Berlin, Germany, Poster, 2018.

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Jackson J, Ritsos PD, Roberts JC. Creating Small Unit Based Glyph Visualisation. 2018. Poster session presented at IEEE Conference on Visualization, Berlin, Germany.

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Jackson, James ; Ritsos, Panagiotis D. ; Roberts, Jonathan C. / Creating Small Unit Based Glyph Visualisation. Poster session presented at IEEE Conference on Visualization, Berlin, Germany.

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TY - CONF

T1 - Creating Small Unit Based Glyph Visualisation

AU - Jackson, James

AU - Ritsos, Panagiotis D.

AU - Roberts, Jonathan C.

PY - 2018/10

Y1 - 2018/10

N2 - Many modern day tasks involve the use of small screens, where users want to see a summary visualisation of an activity. For example, a runner using a smart watch needs to quickly view their progress, heart rate, comparison to previous races, etc. Subsequently, there is a need to portray data to users in small, yet well-defined, spaces. We define this space to be a single self-contained “unit”. In this paper we introduce a glyph visualisation algorithm that creates a diverse range of visualisation designs; each design contains many separate parts, whereupon different parameters can be mapped. Our algorithm uses a path based approach which allows designers to create deterministic, yet unique designs, in a unit space to display multivariate data.

AB - Many modern day tasks involve the use of small screens, where users want to see a summary visualisation of an activity. For example, a runner using a smart watch needs to quickly view their progress, heart rate, comparison to previous races, etc. Subsequently, there is a need to portray data to users in small, yet well-defined, spaces. We define this space to be a single self-contained “unit”. In this paper we introduce a glyph visualisation algorithm that creates a diverse range of visualisation designs; each design contains many separate parts, whereupon different parameters can be mapped. Our algorithm uses a path based approach which allows designers to create deterministic, yet unique designs, in a unit space to display multivariate data.

M3 - Poster

T2 - IEEE Conference on Visualization

Y2 - 21 October 2018 through 26 October 2018

ER -