This is the talk I given at the data+visual meeting in London in Aug 2016 Making sense of (big) data – visual analytics and provenance from Kai Xu
The workshop is organised by the Creative Industry Knowledge Transfer Network and was held at the Nesta in London. The workshop had some excellent speakers and I am quite honoured to be invited. Below are the presentation slides.
With the support from the EU Erasmus funding, I spend a week at the Visual Analytics group led by Prof. Daniel Keim, who is the leading expert on this topic. Konstanz is a nice city in southern Germany, and very busy in summer because of its location and lake. I will definitely want to go […]
This is presented at the Visual Analytics Summer School 2013, and below are the slides
This is the second Dagstuhl Seminar I attended this year. Just as before, it is very interesting and intensive. Met several old friends and got to make a lot new friend. I am busy writing a book chapter on Multivariate Network Visualization now as the result.
Dagstuhl Seminar is an invitation only workshop that experts from all over the world to work on a specific topic intensively for a week in a remote research institute (an old castle) in Germany. This one is about curved edges in graph visualisation, which I just did a study last year.
“Graph Layout Methods and Their Visual Perception”, Visual Analytics Summer School, August 2012, London, UK
“Who will be the next Nobel Laureate? ― And how Visual Analytics can help”, Department of Computer Science, University College London, London, UK
“Connecting the Dots – Network Visualisation and Provenance”, School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, School of Library, Archival and Information Studies, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
Panellist, “The education of Visual Analytics and Visual Computing”, EuroGraphics 2011, April 2011, Llandudno, UK.