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NUVis Invited Speaker Series

An invited speaker on data visualization. For more information about this and other events, please visit http://nuvis.northeastern.edu.

NUVis Invited Speaker Series

An invited speaker on data visualization. For more information about this and other events, please visit http://nuvis.northeastern.edu.

NUVis Invited Speaker Series

An invited speaker on data visualization. For more information about this and other events, please visit http://nuvis.northeastern.edu.

Data Analysis for Visualization

When we talk about visualizing data, we should never forget the fundamental fact that a visualization and its data are inextricably bound to one another. A visualization can bring order to very messy data, but only to a certain limit, constrained by the quality of the underlying data themselves and the quality and rigor with  Continue Reading »

NUVis Invited Speaker Series

An invited speaker on data visualization. For more information about this and other events, please visit http://nuvis.northeastern.edu.

NUVis Invited Speaker Series

An invited speaker on data visualization. For more information about this and other events, please visit http://nuvis.northeastern.edu.

NUVis Invited Speaker Series

Visiting speaker on data visualization. For more information about this and other events, please visit http://nuvis.northeastern.edu.

NUVis Invited Speaker Series: Martin Wattenberg and Fernanda Viégas

Join us for our first NUVis speaker series event with invited speakers Martin Wattenberg and Fernanda Viégas, leaders of Google’s data visualization research group. “Visualization as Communication Medium” Data is ubiquitous in our lives. It describes our neighborhoods, our cities, weather patterns, it helps track illnesses and contextualize social patterns. In an increasingly data-rich society,  Continue Reading »

Dichotomies of Design in Information Visualization

When visualizing data, small choices in the design process can have major implications for the message communicated in the final product and ultimately the authority by which that message is judged. It is through these choices that we address a fundamental question that motivates any work in visualization: what is the visual narrative that I  Continue Reading »

Visual Narrative and the Senses: Thinking About Food as Medium and Metaphor

Image: More foods that inspire my senses: desserts from my favorite parfait cafe (top) and traditional Japanese tea sweets (bottom), both in Kyoto, Japan. By Steven Braun I will never forget the night my teeth sunk into the most delicious food I have ever eaten. It was a cool evening in Hiroshima, Japan, and I  Continue Reading »

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