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David Crandall, Noah Snavely - Modeling People and Places with Internet Photo Collections
Understanding the world from the sea of online photos

Jeffrey Heer, Ben Shneiderman - Interactive Dynamics for Visual Analysis
A taxonomy of tools that support the fluent and flexible use of visualizations

Robert DeLine, Gina Venolia, Kael Rowan - Software Development with Code Maps
Could those ubiquitous hand-drawn code diagrams become a thing of the past?

Brendan Gregg - Visualizing System Latency
Heat maps are a unique and powerful way to visualize latency data. Explaining the results, however, is an ongoing challenge.


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Skander Iversen | Tue, 27 Jul 2010 10:44:46 UTC

Mr. Rudahl, I was also looking for the same information but it seems, the information you are looking for (namely sample data and/or scripts) are directly available on the visualization tool website, Protovis at the following URL: http://vis.stanford.edu/protovis/

Look for the examples.



Kurt Rudahl | Wed, 07 Jul 2010 04:19:47 UTC

The article (CACM June 2010 p 60) said that this address would contain further info about the topic of this article, includig (I suppose) sample data and/or scripts.

Am I looking in the wrong place?

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