Data Visualization

At CCOM/JHC, data visualization research is conducted by the Data Visualization Research Lab. The lab has the goal of carrying out research into advanced interactive visualization with a special interest in techniques that can be applied to ocean mapping and ocean technologies in general. Currently, three broad strategies of research are the focus of the lab: the science of data visualization (experimental semiotics), tool building, and visualizations for education and outreach

Please visit the main VisLab website here.

GeoCam visualization.

Selected Publications

Moticons: Detection, Distraction and Task

Bartram, L, Colin Ware, and T Calvert. 2003. Moticons: Detection, Distraction And Task. International Journal Of Human-Computer Studies. International Journal Of Human-Computer Studies. New York, NY, USA: Elsevier.

Filtering and Brushing with Motion

Bartram, L, and Colin Ware. 2002. Filtering And Brushing With Motion. Acm Transactions On Applied Perception (Tap). Acm Transactions On Applied Perception (Tap). New York, NY, USA: Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).

Rivalry and Interference with a Head Mounted Display

Laramee, R, and Colin Ware. 2002. Rivalry And Interference With A Head Mounted Display. Acm Transactions On Computer-Human Interaction (Chi). Acm Transactions On Computer-Human Interaction (Chi). New York, NY, USA: Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).

Information Visualization Perception for Design

Ware, Colin. 2000. Information Visualization Perception For Design. Information Visualization: Perception For Design. 1st ed. Information Visualization: Perception For Design. Burlington, MA, USA: Morgan Kaufman.

Visualizing Causal Relations

Ware, Colin, E M Neufeld, and L Bartram. 1999. Visualizing Causal Relations. Ieee Information Visualization (Infovis). Ieee Information Visualization (Infovis). San Francisco, CA, USA.

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