Monthly Archives: March 2011

Social Network Analysis and Software Visualization

There are few tools for visualizing the evolution of software such as code_swarm and Gource. These tools provide great visualizations, however the “analysis” part is generally left up to the end user. Jermakovics, Sillitti and Succi from the University of … Continue reading

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Software Visualization Videos

I put together a page that lists some software visualization videos on the web I know of. If you have videos online that you would like me to link to, please contact me.

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Disk Usage Utilities

If you want to look at how much disk space is being used and what particular large files are on your system there exists many disk space usage analyzer utilities that incorporate information visualization techniques such as Treemaps and Sunbursts … Continue reading

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General Purpose Data Visualization Tools for Designers and Developers

I came across this useful list of general purpose data visualization tools for designers and developers: Also see The Best Tools for Visualization. Some of these tools are also mentioned on the Software Visualization Tools page.

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WETSoM 2011

The 2nd International Workshop on Emerging Trends in Software Metrics (WETSoM) will be held at ICSE 2011 in Hawaii and the advance program is available including links to the PDF versions of the papers. Abstract: The International Workshop on Emerging … Continue reading

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Software Visualization at ICSE 2011

If you are going to be at ICSE 2011 in Hawaii there are some papers on software visualization. Software Systems as Cities: A Controlled Experiment. Richard Wettel, Michele Lanza, Romain Robbes. University of Lugano, Switzerland; University of Chile, Chile. Paper … Continue reading

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Qualitas Corpus

Looking for software to visualize? The Qualitas Corpus project led by Ewan Tempero at the University of Auckland, New Zealnad maintains a large corpus of open-source Java software for use in empirical studies of software. Contact Ewan for details about … Continue reading

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