DisCo - Visual DIScovery and COmmunication of complex time patterns in non regularly gathered multigranular and multivariate data

Description

Within DisCo (*), we aim to develop novel Visual Analytics methods to visually as well as computationally analyse multivariate, time-oriented data and information to discover new and unexpected trends, patterns, and relationships. The main goals of the intertwined visual and analytical methods are to ensure high usability and good control of the integrated mining techniques by applying intuitive visualizations and visual interfaces. By combining the expertise of our project partners in the fields of visualization, analysis, usability, and time intelligence, we are able to cover the broad range of problem-related issues imposed by the user’s, the technological, and the application’s point of view.

Details

Duration 01/04/2007 - 31/03/2010
Funding FFG
Program FIT-IT Visual Computing
Department

Department for Knowledge and Communication Management

Principle investigator for the project (Danube University Krems) Mag. Michael Smuc
Project members Dr. Eva Mayr Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Karin Elisabeth Siebenhandl Mag. Michael Smuc

Publications

Pohl, M.; Smuc, M.; Mayr, E. (2012). The User Puzzle - Explaining the Interaction with Visual Analytics Systems. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics, Vol. 18, 12: 2908-2916

Mayr, E.; Smuc, M.; Risku, H. (2011). Many roads lead to Rome: Mapping users' problem-solving strategies. Information Visualization, 10, 232-247. . Information Visualization No. 10: 232-247, Sage Publishing

Mayr, E.; Smuc, M.; Risku, H. (2010). Many roads lead to Rome. Mapping users’ problem solving strategies. E. Bertini, H. Lam, & A. Perer (Eds.), Proceedings of BELIV'10: 8-15

Mayr, E.; Smuc, M.; Risku, H.; Aigner, W.; Bertone, A.; Lammarsch, T.; Miksch, S. (2010). Mapping the Users' Problem Solving Strategies in the Participatory Design of Visual Analytics Methods. Springer, HCI in work and learning, life and leisure: 1-13

Smuc, M. (2010). Unveiling the Exploratory Mind. A Cognitive Approach to Human-Graph Interaction. Diagrams Graduate Symposion, Proceedings of the Diagrams 2010 Graduate Symposion: 9-12

Smuc, M.; Mayr, E.; Risku, H. (2010). Is your user hunting or gathering insights? Identifying insight drivers across domains. In E. Bertini, H. Lam, & A. Perer (Eds.), Proceedings of BELIV'10: 49-54

Lectures

The Perspetive of situated Cognition and its consequences for Information Design

Ringvorlesung Universität Linz , 25/11/2010

Mapping the Users' Problem Solving Strategies in the Participatory Design of Visual Analytics Methods

USAB2010, Klagenfurt, 04/11/2010

Unveiling the Exploratory Mind. A Cognitive Approach to Human-Graph Interaction

Diagrams 2010 Graduate Symposion, 10/08/2010

Is your user hunting or gathering insights? Identifying insight drivers across domains

BELIV 2010 , 14/04/2010

Many roads lead to Rome. Mapping users’ problem solving strategies

Beliv'10, 14/04/2010

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