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Number of hours
Lectures : 18.0
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ECTS : 3.0
Officials :Renaud BLANCH
InfoVis is the study of interactive graphical representations of abstract data (e.g. graphs linking people in social networks, series of stock options values evolving over time). Graphical representations are a powerfull way to leverage the human perceptual capabilities to allow the user to explore and make sense of abstract data, and also to expose findings and convey ideas. But to be efficient, a visualization has to be designed using knowledge about the human visual perception, the characteristics of the data, the kind of task that will be performed on those data. The aim of this course is to provide the keys, both theoretical and practical, to build usable and useful interactive visualizations.
know the scientific foundations of InfoVis;
analyze data sets using visualization techniques; and
build visualizations that convey information and ideas.
foundations: human visual perception, graphical variables, data types, the visualization pipeline.
linked data: tree and graph visualization
tabular data: time series and spatial data visualization
dealing with large data: aggregation, multiple views, interaction