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Information Visualization and Visual Analytics
Typ: Hauptstudium / Vertiefungslinie
Semester: WS 2015/2016
Umfang: 3V+1Ü
Studiengang: International Master in Computer Science - Studienprofil VC, International Master in Computer Science - Studienprofil STE, International Master in Computer Science - Studienprofil AUT, Master Informatik, Master Softwaretechnik
Dozent: Dr. Steffen Koch
Beschreibung:

The lecture ‚Information Visualization and Visual Analytics’ offers an introduction into both visualization fields. It covers Information Visualization (InfoVis) models and techniques for visualizing quantitative data, relational information, and multivariate data as well as corresponding interaction approaches. The syllabus further includes Visual Analytics (VA) techniques and methodologies for dealing with complex analytic tasks as they occur, e.g., in Big Data contexts. The lecture is complemented with examples of current research problems in both fields and additionally touches on domain-specific characteristics of visualization disciplines such as geographical visualization, visualization of biological data, social media analysis, text analysis, etc.

Infos and updates:

There will be no lecture on Wednesday, Oct. 28th and the tutorial on Thursday, Oct. 29th will be 2 hours (2 pm - 3.30 pm)

Please send your assignments to: infovis@vis.uni-stuttgart.de


12.09.2016: The repetition exam's results and the exam's review date have been published at the announcement board beside the VIS secretary's office.

 


Slides

Organizational Issues

Introduction

Attention and Perception

Graphs and Networks

Hierarchies and Trees

Visualizing Multivariate and High-Dimensional Data

Visualizing Time Series Data

Interaction

Visual Analytics, Concepts and Models

Evaluation

Geographic Visualization

Text Visualization

Document Visualization


Exercise dates

29. October 2015 14:45 – 15:30 (0.463): 

Assignment 1 will be discussed. NOTE: submission of the solutions is due on 26th of October. Also, this exercise will include an introduction of the framework needed for the practical assignments.

05. November 2015 14:45 – 15:30 (0.463):

Assignment 2 will be discussed. NOTE: submission of the theoretical solutions is due on 02.11.2015 and the practical solutions is due on 09.11.2015.
Additional material: Hierarchy
A Java 1.7 compatible version of the framework can be found here (same password as before)

12. November 2015 14:45 – 15:30 (0.463):

Assignment 3 will be discussed. NOTE: submission of the theoretical solutions is due on 09.11.2015.

19. November 2015 14:45 – 15:30 (0.463):

Assignment 4 will be discussed. NOTE: submission of the theoretical solutions is due on 16.11.2015.

26. November 2015 14:45 – 15:30 (0.463):

Assignment 5 (theoretical and practical) will be discussed. NOTE: submission of the theoretical and practical solutions is due on 23.11.2015.
There was an error in the framework we provided that causes an error when you are loading the needed data. If you downloaded the framwork before 2015-11-17 5pm, please download the framework again. You will now need to load the data by creating an instance of the Data class (here: new Data().getWords()).

03. December 2015 14:45 – 15:30 (0.463):

Assignment 6 will be discussed. NOTE: submission of the theoretical solutions is due on 30.11.2015.

10. December 2015 14:45 – 15:30 (0.463):

Assignment 7 (theoretical) will be discussed. NOTE: submission of the theoretical solutions is due on 07.12.2015.

Assignment 7 (practical) will be discussed. NOTE: submission of the practical solutions is due on 07.12.2015.

17. December 2015 14:45 – 15:30 (0.463):

Assignment 8 will be discussed. NOTE: submission of the theoretical solutions is due on 14.12.2015 and the submission of the practical solutions is due on 21.12.2015.

Data set: migration_europe.bgraph
Additional material: map_europe.png

07. 14. January 2016 14:45 – 15:30 (0.463):

Assignment 9 will be discussed. NOTE: submission of the theoretical solutions is due on 04.01.2016.

21. January 2016 14:45 – 15:30 (0.463):

Assignment 10 will be discussed. NOTE: submission of the theoretical solutions is due on 18.01.2016.

28. January 2016 14:45 – 15:30 (0.463):

Assignment 11 (theoretical) will be discussed. Slides of the assignment discussion. NOTE: submission of the theoretical solutions is due on 25.01.2016.

Assignment 11 (practical) will be discussed. NOTE: submission of the practical solutions is due on 26.01.2016.

04. February 2016 14:45 – 15:30 (0.463):

Assignment 12 (theoretical) will be discussed. Slides of the assignment discussion. NOTE: submission of the theoretical solutions is due on 01.02.2016.
Please note that this assignment is non-optional.

Assignment 12 (practical) will be discussed. NOTE: submission of the practical solutions is due on 03.02.2016.
This assignment is optional for students that attended the course from the beginning. It is possible to complete this assignment for points, in case you still need some. For students that joined the course late this assignment is non-optional.


The presentation slides of the framework used in the practical assignments can be found here.

Bilder:
Internet-Seite:
Termine: Mittwoch, 14:00 - 15:30 Uhr in 0.463
Donnerstag, 14:00 - 14:45 Uhr in 0.463
Übungen: Donnerstag, 14:45 - 15:30 Uhr in 0.463
Tutor: Markus John M.Sc.
Dipl.-Ing. Corinna Vehlow
Dipl.-Inf. Dominik Herr
Dipl.-Inf. Tanja Blascheck

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