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A conceptual framework and taxonomy of techniques for analyzing movement
Visual Analytics of Movement
- G. Andrienko, N. Andrienko, Peter Bak, D. Keim, S. Wrobel
- Computer ScienceSpringer Berlin Heidelberg
- 20 September 2013
The authors demonstrate that visual analytics of movement data can yield exciting insights into the behavior of moving persons and objects, but can also lead to an understanding of the events that transpire when things move.
Space‐in‐Time and Time‐in‐Space Self‐Organizing Maps for Exploring Spatiotemporal Patterns
The use of a framework based on the “Self‐Organizing Map” (SOM) method combined with a set of interactive visual tools supporting both analytic perspectives for discovery of previously unknown patterns in 41‐years time series of 7 crime rate attributes in the states of the USA is described.
Flowstrates: An Approach for Visual Exploration of Temporal Origin‐Destination Data
Flowstrates is presented, a new interactive visualization approach in which the origins and the destinations of the flows are displayed in two separate maps, and the changes over time of the flow magnitudes are represented in a separate heatmap view in the middle.
Where Would You Go on Your Next Vacation? A Framework for Visual Exploration of Attractive Places
- S. Kisilevich, Florian Mansmann, Peter Bak, D. Keim, Alexander Tchaikin
- Computer ScienceSecond International Conference on Advanced…
- 10 February 2010
This paper presents a framework in which a systematic approach for visualization and exploration of attractive places as a zoom able information layer is demonstrated and it is shown that the approach can be used as a basis for detailed analysis of attractive areas.
Generalized Scatter Plots
The generalized scatter plot technique is proposed, which allows an overlap-free representation of large data sets to fit entirely into the display, and an optimization function that takes overlap and distortion of the visualization into acccount is identified.
Understanding customer behavior using indoor location analysis and visualization
This paper presents a solution approach for better understanding customer behavior based on mobile indoor location data as well as the technologies developed by IBM Research for realizing this solution and illustrates the use of the approach for smarter commerce in a real-world use case.
Exploration through enrichment: a visual analytics approach for animal movement
- David Spretke, Peter Bak, H. Janetzko, B. Kranstauber, Florian Mansmann, S. Davidson
- Computer ScienceGIS
- 1 November 2011
This paper presents an exploration through enrichment approach, which enables iterative generation of metadata based on exploratory findings and is aimed at enabling domain experts to explore their data beyond traditional means.
Analysis of community-contributed space-and time-referenced data (example of Panoramio photos)
This work presents several analysis methods corresponding to two views of space- and time-referenced data published on the Web by general people: as independent spatio-temporal events and as trajectories of people in the geographical space.
Density Equalizing Distortion of Large Geographic Point Sets
Two new approaches (RadialScale and AngularScale) are introduced to create density-equalized maps, while preserving recognizable features and neighborhoods in the visualization to build a more appropriate basis for analytic purposes.