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Immersive Analytics
The focus in this position paper is on bringing attention to the higher-level usability and design issues in creating effective user interfaces for data analytics in immersive environments. Expand
Fast Node Overlap Removal
An O(n log n) algorithm for achieving node overlap removal assuming that the number of nodes overlapping any single node is bounded by some constant is given. Expand
Untangling Euler Diagrams
  • N. Riche, T. Dwyer
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer…
  • 1 November 2010
Two novel approaches for simplifying a complex collection of intersecting sets into a strict hierarchy that can be more easily automatically arranged and drawn are presented. Expand
ImAxes: Immersive Axes as Embodied Affordances for Interactive Multivariate Data Visualisation
ImAxes immersive system for exploring multivariate data using fluid, modeless interaction and straight-forward composability leads to a number of emergent visualisations and interactions, which are reviewed and demonstrated with a detailed multivariateData analysis use case. Expand
IPSep-CoLa: An Incremental Procedure for Separation Constraint Layout of Graphs
An incremental algorithm based on gradient projection is given for efficiently solving separation constraints in the stress majorization force-directed layout process, which enforce a minimum horizontal or vertical separation between selected pairs of nodes. Expand
KelpFusion: A Hybrid Set Visualization Technique
KelpFusion is a hybrid representation that bridges hull techniques such as Bubble Sets and Euler diagrams and line- and graph-based techniquessuch as LineSets and Kelp Diagrams and an algorithm based on shortest-path graphs to compute KelPFusion visualizations. Expand
GEOMI: GEOmetry for Maximum Insight
The GEOMI system, a visual analysis tool for the visualisation and analysis of large and complex networks, provides a collection of network analysis methods, graph layout algorithms and several graph navigation and interaction methods. Expand
Three Dimensional UML Using Force Directed Layout
  • T. Dwyer
  • Computer Science
  • InVis.au
  • 1 December 2001
This paper explores the use of a Force Directed Algorithm to layout three dimensional UML Class diagrams representing the architecture of object oriented software systems and presents the findings which indicate some unexpected benefits to a user's perception the visualised architectural structure. Expand
Optimal Leaf Ordering for Two and a Half Dimensional Phylogenetic Tree Visualisation
A new aesthetic criterion is introduced for the 2 1/2D visualisation of sets of related phylogenetic trees where the number of crossings between edges linking similar nodes in adjacent trees is minimised allowing a user to easily track the position of a particular species through its lifetime in the stack. Expand
Immersive Collaborative Analysis of Network Connectivity: CAVE-style or Head-Mounted Display?
Significant differences are found between the two conditions in task completion time and the physical movements of the participants within the space: participants using the HMD were faster while the CAVE2 condition introduced an asymmetry in movement between collaborators. Expand