ChronoZoom, http://www.chronozoomproject.org, is a web-based tool for temporal data visualization. That’s the quick description of a new and powerful way to visualize data across time. There is nothing new about time-based visualization. Pretty much every graph you see shows changes over time. Think of a stock price chart. It shows the closing price of a company’s stock each day (or hour) over a period of time. When you look at this graph you can see at a glance how the price of a stock is trending. Another popular use of time-based visualization is the timeline. Timelines tell a story. The author of the timeline is showing events that lead to a conclusion. For example, a timeline of the U.S. Presidential election in 2012 would show events that led to the election of the President.
MultiCare Health System
The University of Washington Tacoma (UWT) and MultiCare Health System (MHS) research partnership
Big Data Management, Machine Learning
Microsoft Research Connections, UC Berkeley, Moscow State University, UW iSchool
ChronoZoom is an open source community proje
Big Data Management, Data Visualizations
Institute of Technology
In this project, we seek to provide a visual representation of inter-country adoption statistics.
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
The Dietary Data Recording System supports the dietary assessment of participants by facilitating
Big Data Management, Computer Vision