EuroVisShort2016

Eurographics DL Repository

EuroVisShort2016

 

Groningen, the Netherlands, 6-10 June 2016


Flow Visualization
Analysis of Error in Interpolation-Based Pathline Tracing
Jennifer Chandler, Roxana Bujack, and Kenneth I. Joy
Error Estimates for Lagrangian Flow Field Representations
Mathias Hummel, Roxana Bujack, Kenneth I. Joy, and Christoph Garth
Crystal Glyph: Visualization of Directional Distributions Based on the Cube Map
Xin Tong, Huijie Zhang, Chris Jacobsen, Han-Wei Shen, and Patrick McCormick
Detecting and Visualizing Rip Current Using Optical Flow
Shweta Philip and Alex Pang
Visualizing Flow Fields Using Fractal Dimensions
Han-Wei Shen, Ross Vasko, and Rephael Wenger
Medical Visualization
LMML: Initial Developments of an Integrated Environment for Forensic Data Visualization
Malik Olivier Boussejra, Noboru Adachi, Hideki Shojo, Ryohei Takahashi, and Issei Fujishiro
Visualization for Understanding Uncertainty in Activation Volumes for Deep Brain Stimulation
Brad E. Hollister, Gordon Duffley, Chris Butson, Chris Johnson, and Paul Rosen
Fast 3D Thinning of Medical Image Data based on Local Neighborhood Lookups
Tobias Post, Christina Gillmann, Thomas Wischgoll, and Hans Hagen
VarVis: Visualizing Anatomical Variation in Branching Structures
Noeska Smit, Annelot Kraima, Daniel Jansma, Marco deRuiter, Elmar Eisemann, and Anna Vilanova
Towards Visual Mega-Analysis of Voxel-based Measurement in Brain Cohorts
Guohao Zhang, Peter Kochunov, Elliot Hong, Hamish Carr, and Jian Chen
Multidimensional and Geospatial Visualization
Space Bundling for Continuous Parallel Coordinates
Gregorio Palmas and Tino Weinkauf
SpaceCuts: Making Room for Visualizations on Maps
Juri Buchmüller, Dominik Jäckle, Florian Stoffel, and Daniel A. Keim
Visualizing Time-Dependent Data Using Dynamic t-SNE
Paulo E. Rauber, Alexandre X. Falcão, and Alexandru C. Telea
Interactive Web-based Visualization for Accessibility Mapping of Transportation Networks
Alexander Schoedon, Matthias Trapp, Henning Hollburg, and Jürgen Döllner
Manifold Visualization via Short Walks
Yang Zhao, Sotirios Tasoulis, and Teemu Roos
Design, Evaluation, and Applications
Judgment Error in Pie Chart Variations
Robert Kosara and Drew Skau
Using Icicle Trees to Encode the Hierarchical Structure of Source Code
Ivan Bacher, Brian Mac Namee, and John D. Kelleher
Visualization of Publication Impact
Eamonn Maguire, Javier Martin Montull, and Gilles Louppe
Spiral Theme Plot
Shenghui Jiang, Shiaofen Fang, and Shaun Grannis
Cavity and Pore Segmentation in 3D Images with Ambient Occlusion
Daniel Baum and Jürgen Titschack
Human Computer Interaction
Classic Techniques in New Domains: An Alternative Recipe
Megan Monroe
Clarifying Hypotheses by Sketching Data
Mariana Marasoiu, Alan F. Blackwell, Advait Sarkar, and Martin Spott
IN2CO - A Visualization Framework for Intuitive Collaboration
Franca-Alexandra Rupprecht, Bernd Hamann, Christian Weidig, Jan C. Aurich, and Achim Ebert
CompaRing: Reducing Costs of Visual Comparison
Christian Tominski
Analytic Behavior and Trust Building in Visual Analytics
Dominik Sacha, Ina Boesecke, Johannes Fuchs, and Daniel A. Keim

Recent Submissions

  • Tominski, Christian (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Comparison is a frequent task when analyzing data. In visualization, comparison tasks are naturally carried out based on a visual representation of the data. Visual comparison allows us to gain insight where plain computations ...
  • Rupprecht, Franca-Alexandra; Hamann, Bernd; Weidig, Christian; Aurich, Jan C.; Ebert, Achim (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Today, the need for interaction and visualization techniques to fulfill user requirements for collaborative work is ever increasing. Current approaches do not suffice since they do not consider the simultaneous work of ...
  • Sacha, Dominik; Boesecke, Ina; Fuchs, Johannes; Keim, Daniel A. (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Visual Analytics (VA) is a collaborative process between human and computer, where analysts are performing numerous interactions and reasoning activities. This paper presents our current progress in developing a note taking ...
  • Baum, Daniel; Titschack, Jürgen (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Many natural objects contain pores and cavities that are filled with the same material that also surrounds the object. When such objects are imaged using, for example, computed tomography, the pores and cavities cannot be ...
  • Monroe, Megan (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    In this paper, we adapt the classic technique of depicting a process as a structured workflow to suit the standard recipe. Cooking can be thought of as a small data, big user task. A single recipe encompasses only a small ...
  • Jiang, Shenghui; Fang, Shiaofen; Grannis, Shaun (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    We introduce a new visualization method for temporal data, Spiral Theme Plot, by combining ThemeRiver method, spiral patterns, and scatter plot technique. Similar to ThemeRiver, data in different categories (themes) are ...
  • Marasoiu, Mariana; Blackwell, Alan F.; Sarkar, Advait; Spott, Martin (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Discussions between data analysts and colleagues or clients with no statistical background are difficult, as the analyst often has to teach and explain their statistical and domain knowledge. We investigate work practices ...
  • Zhao, Yang; Tasoulis, Sotirios; Roos, Teemu (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Visualizing low-dimensional non-linear manifolds underlying high-dimensional data is a challenging data analysis problem. Different manifold visualization methods can be characterized by the associated definitions of ...
  • Maguire, Eamonn; Montull, Javier Martin; Louppe, Gilles (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Measuring scholarly impact has been a topic of much interest in recent years. While many use the citation count as a primary indicator of a publications impact, the quality and impact of those citations will vary. Additionally, ...
  • Kosara, Robert; Skau, Drew (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Pie charts and their variants are prevalent in business settings and many other uses, even if they are not popular with the academic community. In a recent study, we found that contrary to general belief, there is no clear ...
  • Bacher, Ivan; Namee, Brian Mac; Kelleher, John D. (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    This paper presents a study which evaluates the use of a tree visualisation (icicle tree) to encode the hierarchical structure of source code. The tree visualisation was combined with a source code editor in order to ...
  • Schoedon, Alexander; Trapp, Matthias; Hollburg, Henning; Döllner, Jürgen (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Accessibility is a fundamental aspect in transportation, routing, and spare-time activity planning concerning traveling in modern cities. In this context, interactive web-based accessibility-map visualization techniques ...
  • Buchmüller, Juri; Jäckle, Dominik; Stoffel, Florian; Keim, Daniel A. (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Visual map features like streets, rail tracks, or rivers do not provide enough space to visualize multiple attributes on them. Related approaches to solve space issues distort the map with lenses, apply distortion techniques ...
  • Palmas, Gregorio; Weinkauf, Tino (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Continuous Parallel Coordinates (CPC) are a visualization technique used to perform multivariate analysis of different scalar fields defined on the same domain. While classic Parallel Coordinates draws a line for each ...
  • Zhang, Guohao; Kochunov, Peter; Hong, Elliot; Carr, Hamish; Chen, Jian (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    We present a visualization prototype for comparative analysis of factional anisotropy (FA) distributions constructed from threedimensional (3D) brain diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) in brain cohorts. The prototype lets brain ...
  • Rauber, Paulo E.; Falcão, Alexandre X.; Telea, Alexandru C. (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Many interesting processes can be represented as time-dependent datasets. We define a time-dependent dataset as a sequence of datasets captured at particular time steps. In such a sequence, each dataset is composed of ...
  • Post, Tobias; Gillmann, Christina; Wischgoll, Thomas; Hagen, Hans (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Three-dimensional thinning is an important task in medical image processing when performing quantitative analysis on structures, such as bones and vessels. For researchers of this domain a fast, robust and easy to access ...
  • Smit, Noeska; Kraima, Annelot; Jansma, Daniel; deRuiter, Marco; Eisemann, Elmar; Vilanova, Anna (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Anatomical variations are naturally-occurring deviations from typical human anatomy. While these variations are considered normal and non-pathological, they are still of interest in clinical practice for medical specialists ...
  • Philip, Shweta; Pang, Alex (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Rip current are fast moving and narrow currents that are strongest near the beach. They are dangerous not only for novice but also experienced swimmers. Once caught in the current, the flow of the water pulls the person ...
  • Boussejra, Malik Olivier; Adachi, Noboru; Shojo, Hideki; Takahashi, Ryohei; Fujishiro, Issei (The Eurographics Association, 2016)
    Fighting against crime is paramount to any society, maybe more today than ever before. Tools to fight and elucidate crime are rooted in forensic science. Through the autopsy of a body, we can answer a whole range of questions ...

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