The paper is accepted by the VAST 2016 conference! The paper introduced a new tool called SenseMap that help users with online sensemaking for daily tasks such as find a camera, book a holiday, etc. The tool is available as a Chrome plugin (very early stage = lots of bugs 🙂 and there is more […]
I am co-chairing a workshop on Provenance and Sensemaking at the IEEE VIS conference week in Paris. The submission deadline has now passed, but you can still join the discussions at the workshop during the conference. Hope to see you there!
This year, the Visual Analytics challenge organised by the IEEE VAST (Visual Analytics Science & Technology) conference again had a mini-challenge on Twitter data, and it is (near) real-time this time. The task is to monitor the Twitter feed and provide (near) real-time updates on important events that are happening and find information related to a […]
This is an extended version of the work presented as a poster at Diagrams 2012 with new user study and analysis. Kai Xu, Chris Rooney, Peter Passmore, and Dong-Han Ham, “A User Study on Curved Edges in Graph Visualisation”, IEEE Information Visualization Conference, 14-29 October 2012, Seattle, US. PDF
Kai Xu, Chris Rooney, Peter Passmore, and Dong-Han Ham, “A User Study on Curved Edges in Graph Visualisation”, Seventh International Conference on the Theory and Application of Diagrams, 2-6 July 2012, Canterbury, UK. PDF Recently there has been increasing research interest in visualizing graphs with curved edges to produce more readable visualizations. While there are […]
Qing Liu, Ji Zhang, James Forbes, Kai Xu, Dinesh Nair, “A Knowledge Discovery Service System for Provenance Exploration”, International Conference on Data and Knowledge Engineering (ICDKE) 2011, Milan, Italy, September 2011. PDF
B. L. William Wong, Sharmin (Tinni) Choudhury, Chris Rooney, Raymond Chen and Kai Xu, “INVISQUE: Technology and Methodologies for Interactive Information Visualization and Analytics in Large Library Collections”, in the Proceedings of International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries 2011, to appear, September 2011, Berlin, Germany. PDF
B. L. William Wong, Raymond Chen, Neesha Kodagoda, Chris Rooney, Kai Xu, “INVISQUE: intuitive information exploration through interactive visualization”, in Proceedings of the International Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI) 2011, 311-316. PDF INVISQUE now has its own website: http://www.invisque.com/
Andrew Cunningham, Kai Xu, and Bruce Thomas, “Seeing More Than the Graph – Evaluation of Multivariate Graph Visualization Methods”, International Working Conference on Advanced Visual Interfaces (AVI) 2010, May 2010, Rome, Italy.
Ji Zhang, Qing Liu, and Kai Xu, “FlowRecommender: a workflow recommendation technique for process provenance”, Proceedings of the Eighth Australasian Data Mining Conference (AusDM’09), December 2009. Brisbane, Australia. PDF