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This course aims to introduce learners to advanced visualization techniques beyond the basic charts covered in Information Visualization: Fundamentals. These techniques are organized around data types to cover advance methods for: temporal and spatial data, networks and trees and textual data. In this module we also teach learners how to develop innovative techniques in D3.js. Learning Goals Goal: Analyze the design space of visualization solutions for various kinds of data visualization problems. Learn what designs are available for a given problem and what are their respective advantages and disadvantages. - Temporal - Spatial - Spatio-Temporal - Networks - Trees - Text This is the fourth course in the Information Visualization Specialization. The course expects you to have some basic knowledge of programming as well as some basic visualization skills (as those introduced in the first course of the specialization)....
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Visualizing Geographical Data

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Reading
18 vidéos (Total 116 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
Video18 vidéos
What is Geographical Data?8 min
When / Why Use a Map?10 min
Maps are Not Always the Best or Only Solution!7 min
Dot Maps2 min
Heat Maps8 min
Hexbin Maps3 min
Choropleth Maps9 min
Graduated Symbol Maps10 min
Common Issues With Maps2 min
Insensitivity To Sample Size4 min
Skewed Spatial Distributions6 min
Perceptual Issues4 min
Map Projections6 min
Interference from Map Features4 min
Visualizing Maps + Time9 min
Faceting / Small Multiples4 min
Recapitulation5 min
Reading1 lecture
Ballot Maps Project and Choropleth Maps10 min
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4 heures pour terminer

Visualizing Network Data

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Reading
18 vidéos (Total 101 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
Video18 vidéos
How do you visualize network data?5 min
Additional Attributes7 min
Node-Link Diagrams6 min
Edge Bundling5 min
Fixed Layout: Spatial3 min
Clutter Reduction Methods4 min
Matrices7 min
Part 2 Trees (Hierarchies)4 min
Node-Link Trees5 min
Special Kind of Trees6 min
Decision Trees4 min
Trees: Space-Partitioning and Containment Methods6 min
Area: Quantity5 min
Problem with “Slice-and-Dice” Layout5 min
Treemap Advantages/ Disadvantages3 min
Sunburst and Icicle Plots4 min
Summary and Observations9 min
Reading1 lecture
Network Visualization Projects40 min
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4 heures pour terminer

Visualizing Temporal Data

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Reading
14 vidéos (Total 66 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
Video14 vidéos
Temporal Information5 min
Hierarchical Structure / Resolution4 min
Visualization Methods5 min
Small Multiple Line Charts and Area Charts6 min
Effect of “Aspect Ratio” on Line Charts2 min
Beyond Line Charts3 min
Similar Design Works3 min
How do you Visualize Event Data When Events Have a Duration?3 min
Visualizing Periodic Phenomena4 min
Radial Layouts5 min
Increasing Visual Scalability of Timelines6 min
Beyond Using Position3 min
Recapitulation6 min
Reading1 lecture
Visualizing Time Series10 min
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6 heures pour terminer

Interaction and Multiple Views

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Reading
22 vidéos (Total 136 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
Video22 vidéos
Information Visualization Pipeline7 min
Why Manipulate Visualizations?3 min
Single / Multiple Views2 min
Selection4 min
Select → Highlight5 min
Select → Show More Information and Select → Apply Operation2 min
Navigation5 min
Spatial Arrangement2 min
Demo Using “LineUp”4 min
Video Demo of “Bertifier”5 min
Change Mapping5 min
Aggregation4 min
Filtering5 min
Multiple Linked Views5 min
Show Different Properties of the Same Data Simultaneously3 min
Examples6 min
Scenarios and Patterns5 min
Scenario 22 min
Scenario 37 min
Summary6 min
Interview with Manuel Lima32 min
Reading1 lecture
The Value of Interaction min

Enseignants

Enrico Bertini

Associate Professor
Computer Science and Engineering

Cristian Felix

PhD. Candidate
Computer Science and Engineering

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À propos de la Spécialisation Information Visualization

This specialization provides learners with the necessary knowledge and practical skills to develop a strong foundation in information visualization and to design and develop advanced applications for visual data analysis. The specialization is characterized by two main complementary features: (1) providing a strong understanding of visual perception and the theory of visual encoding to design and evaluate innovative visualization methods; (2) providing the necessary skills to develop advanced web-based applications for visual data analysis. The specialization is organized around four courses that cover fundamentals, applied perception, advanced visualization method and interactive visualization. The specialization is meant to prepare students to work on complex data science projects that require the development of interactive visual interfaces for data analysis. The courses can also be taken individually to improve relevant skills in visualization. For instance, the course on applied perception provides unique skills to evaluate and design innovative visualization in all sorts of scenarios....
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