Tag Archives: information visualization

State of the Art of Performance Visualization

This is a guest post by Kate Isaacs, UC Davis, who is one of the authors of the paper presented. Software visualization for performance is about helping developers find inefficiencies slowing down their code. Performance can have significant affects on the … Continue reading

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Software Visualization Highlights at EuroVis 2013

In mid June 2013, the European visualization community spent a hot and, at the same time, refreshing week (both contentwise and weatherwise) in Leipzig meeting for EuroVis 2013. Since the scope of EuroVis is rather broad and covers all kinds … Continue reading

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PhD Position – Vienna University of Technology

Open Position: PhD candidate at the Information Engineering Group, Vienna University of Technology, Austria ********************************************************************************************** The Information Engineering Group, at the Institute of Software Technology and Interactive Systems of the Vienna University of Technology, is seeking a highly motivated PhD … Continue reading

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VisWeek 2012

VISWEEK 2012 23rd IEEE Scientific Visualization Conference 18th IEEE Information Visualization Conference 7th IEEE Visual Analytics Science & Technology Conference Co-located with Biological Data Visualization Symposium Large-Scale Data Analysis and Visualization Symposium Call for Papers and Participation 14 – 19 … Continue reading

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Android Orphans: Visualizing a Sad History of Support

Here is an interesting post about visualizing the evolution of the support of operating systems for the iPhone and Android platforms. It might help influence your decision on which mobile phone to get next. Original post: Android Orphans: Visualizing a … Continue reading

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