[ESIP-all] Viz Cluster: VisKo, Wed, 10/24 @ 2pm ET
Pinheiro Da Silva, Paulo
Paulo.PinheiroDaSilva at pnnl.gov
Wed Oct 24 03:21:11 EDT 2012
We would like to thank the group and Kevin Ward in particular for your
great support to our work including this opportunity to
show the Visualization Knowledge (VisKo) framework. Regarding our today¹s
presentation, we would like to show you how you can get involved with the
development of a new visualization paradigm based on semantics that needs
you help to evolve.
We not interested in exposing you to yet another visualization toolkit.
Instead, we aim to show you that VisKo is actionable knowledge about
visualization toolkits, viewers, data formats, and other things
visualization-related that can be used to orchestrate the use of a broad
range of visualization capabilities over a distributed environment like
the Web. Also, we see VisKo as a platform that creates opportunities for
new visualization research in support of science that still need to be
designed and implemented this is why ESIP is the right place for us to
discuss our work.
With that in mind, we will be presenting a few key slides and reserving
plenty of meeting time to discuss how VisKo can be useful to you, even if
you and your group are already happy with the visualization solution that
you currently use VisKo should be able to improve your experience
working with your current visualization solutions.
We are looking forward to talking you very soon.
Paulo Pinheiro and Nicholas Del Rio
On 10/23/12 11:30 PM, "Del Rio, Nicholas R" <ndel2 at miners.utep.edu> wrote:
>Hello all -
>Attached are the slides that will guide us through our VisKo discussion
>From: kablukiw at gmail.com [kablukiw at gmail.com] on behalf of Kevin Ward
>[kevin at eyeonclimate.com]
>Sent: Tuesday, October 23, 2012 5:26 PM
>To: esip-all at lists.esipfed.org; ESIP Viz Cluster
>Cc: Paulo Pinheiro da Silva; Nick Del Rio
>Subject: Viz Cluster: VisKo, Wed, 10/24 @ 2pm ET
>This month we will participate in an in-depth demonstration of VisKo
>-- a framework that supports the creation and answering of
>visualization "queries" that abstract the visualization process away
>from individual toolkits (e.g., GMT, NCL, etc.). It is also a very
>interesting application of semantics being used to describe the nature
>of generating visualizations in terms of operators, the visual
>abstractions the operators generate and the viewers that present those
>Visualization is definitely becoming a web activity: Protovis moving
>into DOM-based D3 components; traditional ParaView components are now
>available as WebParaView components, to mention some. With this shift,
>developers can now share visualizations that are still contained
>within the context of the services that generated them, rather than
>sharing only snapshots of the visuals. This affords visualization
>consumers with the capability of being able to manipulate the
>visualizations they download from Websites or receive in emails and
>tailor them for their own specific needs without ever having to
>download and install the toolkits that generate them.
>VisKo is one integrative approach for generating visualizations over
>the Web and is backed by cutting edge semantic capabilities that
>support automated orchestration of Web hosted visualization services.
>With VisKo, visualization generation processes are abstracted away in
>the form queries that provide declarative means for users to specify
>what visualizations they want generated. Rather than sharing static
>snapshots of visualizations, VisKo users can now share queries, which
>still allow recipients to adjust properties of visualizations without
>ever having to download and install the toolkits that process them.
>If this sounds interesting to you, please join us tomorrow (Wed,
>10/14) at 2pm ET!
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