Graphs and Networks
GraphCuisine: Random Graph Generator driven by an Interactive Genetic Algorithm
NodeTrix: Node-Link Diagram hybrid with Adjacency Matrix.
Zame: Zoomable Adjacency Matrix Explorer
GeneaQuilts: Genealogy visualization
Diffamation: Animating diffs
Gliimpse: Animating markup languages
Histomages: Manipulate histograms like images
Taranis: A training system for crisis managers.
Perception and Cognition
- Bayesian Visualizations
- Dual-Scale Charts (offsite link)
- Directed Edges For Graph Visualization
- Perception of Visual Variables on Tiled Wall-Sized Displays
- Interactive Horizon Graphs
- Scatterdice (web version)
- Dimp (offsite link)
- Motion Pointing
- Georipper (offsite link)
- Small target acquisition (offsite link)
Sketchiness and Uncertainty Visualization
- The InfoVis Toolkit: A Java Toolkit for Information Visualization (offsite link)
- EdiFlow: Reactive Workflow for Visual Analytics (offsite link)
- Obvious: A Toolkit to Wrap Java InfoVis Toolkit (offsite link)
- Java VisTrails: Integrating Java Toolkits in VisTrails (offsite link)
Current Funded Research Projects
The Collaborative EuropeaN Digital Archive Infrastructure (CENDARI) will provide and facilitate access to existing archives and resources in Europe for the study of medieval and modern European history (specifically the First World War period) through the development of an ‘enquiry environment’. This environment will increase access to records of historic importance across the European Research Area, creating a powerful new platform for accessing and investigating historical data in a transnational fashion overcoming the national and institutional data silos that now exist.
Connect, Collaborate, Analyze : From Individual Work to Collaborative Visual Analytic (FITOC)
|This project focuses on visualization research and the notion of data analysis as a social process. Currently, a large amount of data analysis work is conducted by individuals but many activities require the switch to collaborative data analysis with others. The goal of this project is to research how the transition between individual and collaborative work can best be supported using visualization applications. For more details, please see the project page|
DREAM (Design and development of REAlistic food Models with well-characterised micro- and macro-structure and composition) is an FP7 european project, that involves 18 partners from 9 european countries, among which two multinationals. The project is lead by INRA. Our contribution to this project is focussed on the evolutionary optimisation of Bayesian Networks models.
|CSDL, Complex Systems Design Lab (2009–2012) is a project of the System@tic pole whose main contractor is Dassault Aviation, together with 27 academic and industrial partners. The aim of CSDL is to settle a complete collorative environment for decision making in the framework of complex systems design>|
Jean-Daniel Fekete receives a Google Research Award for a project called Data Visualization for the People to be done with Jeremy Boy and Aviz. The first part of this project focusses on visualizing the 2012 French presidential elections.