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Visualizing a Sequence of a Thousand Graphs (or Even More)
(The Eurographics Association and John Wiley & Sons Ltd., 2017)
The visualization of dynamic graphs demands visually encoding at least three major data dimensions: vertices, edges, and time steps. Many of the state-of-the-art techniques can show an overview of vertices and edges but ...
(The Eurographics Association and John Wiley and Sons Ltd., 2014)
Visualization of pathlines is common and highly relevant for the analysis of unsteady flow. However, pathlines can intersect, leading to visual clutter and perceptual issues. This makes it intrinsically difficult to provide ...
Clustering for Stacked Edge Splatting
(The Eurographics Association, 2018)
We present a time-scalable approach for visualizing dynamic graphs. By adopting bipartite graph layouts known from parallel edge splatting, individual graphs are horizontally stacked by drawing partial edges, leading to ...
We introduce bubble hierarchies as an approach to generating algorithmic art from random hierarchies. The technique is based on repeatedly drawing color-coded circles to illustrate parent--child relationships. The algorithm ...
Scale-Stack Bar Charts
(The Eurographics Association and Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2013)
It is difficult to create appropriate bar charts for data that cover large value ranges. The usual approach for these cases employs a logarithmic scale, which, however, suffers from issues inherent to its non-linear mapping: ...