Urška Demšar

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Visual analytics aims to provide technology that combines the strengths of human and electronic data processing. Visualization is the medium through which humans and computers cooperate. Such a synergistic cooperation is required for analyzing spatiotemporal data and solving spatio-temporal problems. In the modern society, spatiotemporal analysis is not(More)
The paper describes a tool designed within the first stage of the European project INVISIP in order to explore geographical metadata in the site planning process. A visual data mining approach is applied to a database of geographical metadata to help the user find an optimal subset of the existing geographical datasets for his particular planning task. It(More)
The processes that cause and influence movement are one of the main points of enquiry in movement ecology. However, ecology is not the only discipline interested in movement: a number of information sciences are specialising in analysis and visualisation of movement data. The recent explosion in availability and complexity of movement data has resulted in a(More)
The quantity and quality of spatial data are increasing rapidly. This is particularly evident in the case of movement data. Devices capable of accurately recording the position of moving entities have become ubiquitous and created an abundance of movement data. Valuable knowledge concerning processes occurring in the physical world can be extracted from(More)
Eye movement analysis can provide insights into the cognitive processes in human mind and have been successfully utilized to study visual tasks such as reading and exploration of digital displays. However recording eye movements requires costly equipment and the face-to-face individual data collection forces us to work with only a limited number of(More)