Archive for April, 2006

Visualizing time–The efficacy of lines

Monday, April 17th, 2006

My intention in this blog entry is twofold: 1) to introduce a useful data visualization newsletter, and 2) to challenge an opinion that was stated in the current edition of the aforementioned newsletter. For some time now I’ve enjoyed the monthly edition of a newsletter written by Juan C. Dürsteler, published through his Web site [...]

University of Maryland’s Annual HCIL Symposium

Tuesday, April 11th, 2006

If you subscribe to the Business Intelligence Network’s business intelligence newsletter, you have already noticed that in this month’s (April 2006) data visualization issue I’ve featured the work of University of Maryland professor Ben Shneiderman. No one has done more to promote information visualization research than Ben. The Human-Computer Interaction Lab (HCIL) that he founded [...]