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Analytics Red People Tracking Metrics

Properties and Best Uses of Visual Encodings

WebCL: Enabling OpenCL Acceleration of Web Applications

Superconductor is a framework for creating interactive big data visualizations in the web browser. It contains two components: a JavaScript library for running visualizations in your browser, and a compiler which generates the high-performance visualization code from our simple domain specific language for describing visualizations.

Schéma du middleware sémantique de Mnemotix

Who are the globally known people born within present day France? | Pantheon : classement visuel de la production culturelle et historique mondiale

"When you mix developers and design you get something incredibly powerful"

Cascade 2.0 - To Go from Big Data to Big Insight, Start with a Visual

We are documenting every tweet, retweet, and click on every shortened URL from Twitter and Facebook that points back to New York Times content, and then combining that with the browsing logs of what those users do when they land at the Times. This project is a relative of the widely noted Cascade project. Think of it as Cascade 2.0.

Minimalism is Simple

Big data capabilities not available - Organizations need more analytics capabilities (Business Analytics Research Agenda for 2013)

Les technologies clés 2015 (via Des boussoles et des territoires)

Visualization Kit

The Linked Data Visualization Model ecosystem, which allows to dynamically connectdatasets with visualizations.

High level overview of the Linked Data Visualization Model

The LDVM pipeline is organized in four stages that data needs to pass through:
1. RDF Data: the raw data, which can be all kinds of information adhering to the RDF data model, e.g. instance data, taxonomies, vocabularies, ontologies, etc.
2. Analytical extraction: data extractions obtained from raw data, e.g. calculating aggregated values.
3. Visual abstraction: information that is visualizable on the screen using a visualization technique.
4. View: the result of the process presented to the user, e.g. plot, treemap, map, timeline, etc.

Infographic Principles Explained By Lego