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The premier forum for visualization advances for academia, government, and industry. We invite you to participate in IEEE VAST, IEEE InfoVis, and IEEE SciVis.
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IEEE VIS Jan 22
The call for participation in the Doctoral Colloquium is now out. Deadline for applications is May 13, 2020. More details at
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IEEE VIS Jan 22
The call for workshops is now open! Application deadline February 28, 2020. Details at
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IEEE VIS Jan 22
The call for full papers is now live! Mandatory abstract submission by March 21, 2020. Full paper submissions due March 31, 2020. More details about full papers here:
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IEEE VIS Jan 13
The SciVis contest this year will be about visualizing complex transport mechanisms of eddies in the Red Sea under uncertainty. To download the data and find additional information, click here:
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IEEE VIS Nov 26
VAST Challenge 2020 sample data is available at . Download the sample and get a head start!
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IEEE VIS Oct 28
I hope that you had a good 2019! Videos of the presentations are online. keynote: Best Papers: VAST: InfoVis: SciVis: Short:
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IEEE VIS Oct 28
The 2019 capstone is available.
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IEEE VIS Oct 24
Check out the same-day video comment on Vimo:
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IEEE VIS Oct 24
How do you think about your data? Is it a network? Is it spatial? What if it could be something else? Add your perspective to the conversation: Swing by the Arizona booth at to pick up one of these critters for participating!
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IEEE VIS Oct 23
Congratulations to the best poster design award winner (InfoVis): Exploring Cheat Sheets for Data Visualization Techniques Zezhong Wang, Lovisa Sundin, Dave Murray-Rust, Benjamin Bach
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IEEE VIS Oct 23
Congratulations to the best poster design award winner (VAST): Bridging AI Developers and End Users: An End-User-Centred Explainable AI Taxonomy and Visual Vocabularies Weina Jin, Sheelagh Carpendale, Ghassan Hamarneh, and Diane Gromala
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IEEE VIS Oct 23
Congratulations to the best poster design award winner (SciVis): Open-Source Presentation of Spherical Content on Repurposed Hardware Don Engel, Mark Murnane, Nicole Trenholm, Ben Daniels, Jeffrey Halverson
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IEEE VIS Oct 18
What is interaction for data visualization? Evanthia Dimara and attempt to answer the question at
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IEEE VIS Oct 18
Generate infographic fact sheets from tabular data automatically! Learn how at @wyunnn@zhdsun
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IEEE VIS Oct 18
Reporting the quality of code as an interactive combination of text and visualizations, is mixed with options for . By Mumtaz,, , Weiskopf. Try it: Paper:
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IEEE VIS Oct 18
Interactively draw graphs using persistent homology, without having to know persistent homology! @pauleosenphd
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IEEE VIS Oct 18
Exploring the potential of outdoor mobile and visualization for situated data analysis to help public safety and environmental research (for more see ) , ,
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IEEE VIS Oct 17
How do you proceed with a Design Study amidst Pitfalls in the very first stages? And one of them is that you don't have any real data??
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IEEE VIS Oct 17
Visualization is only effective if we can perceive data changes. How to determine limits of effectiveness as data scale grows? Use discriminability tests to approximate human judgements!
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IEEE VIS Oct 17
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