Schedule: Visualization & Interface sessions

Location: Buckingham Room
Moritz Stefaner (http://moritz.stefaner.eu), Gerrit Kaiser, Drew Hemment (FuturEverything)
Average rating: ****.
(4.43, 7 ratings)
emoto is a unique data art project that sets out to visualise the worldwide emotional response to the Olympic Games 2012. We track social media sites for emotional status messages related to the Games and visualise the crowd's reponse in real-time and in an aggregate data sculpture. This talk will show behind the scenes material on how to master real-time large scale social media mining. Read more.
Location: Buckingham Room
James Cheshire (UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis)
Average rating: ****.
(4.62, 8 ratings)
Overview of cutting edge research from UCL's Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis. Read more.
Location: Buckingham Room
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 2 ratings)
Readers and preparers of graphs: Learn to recognize and avoid some common graphical mistakes to understand your data better and make better decisions from data. Read more.
Location: Bleinheim Room (Sponsored)
Andy Cotgreave (Tableau)
This session will focus on going from a good visualization to a great visualization by focusing on organization, user interface, and formatting. Read more.
Location: Buckingham Room
Lorenz Matzat (Lokaler)
Average rating: *....
(1.00, 1 rating)
Enabling data as an asset and matching it to the needs of customers and/or citizens is a problem. There is a need for careful designed feature sets and conclusive usability in data applications. The talk is about success and failure in producing data application for newspapers and building an Open Data-friendly geo-data-startup. Read more.
Location: Buckingham Room
Max Gadney (After The Flood)
Average rating: ***..
(3.50, 4 ratings)
What are the new tools to help us make useful products and media from Big Data? How do we re-tool the methods from traditional User Experience Design and create a new discipline of Data Experience Design? How do we involve business, tech and user needs to create novel and useful experiences? Read more.
Location: Buckingham Room
Julie Freeman (Queen Mary University of London)
Average rating: ***..
(3.00, 1 rating)
In this session I’ll present recent work and research, and discuss how subjectivity can be used to create subtle and emotive, physical data-driven artwork that demonstrate patterns in data. Read more.
Location: Buckingham Room
JD Vogt (Salesforce)
Average rating: *....
(1.00, 1 rating)
Through big data technologies we can now begin to consider the machine as an active participant in our experiences and decisions - true collaborators. This talk will discuss the foundations of creativity and intuition, show examples of how machines are augmenting our decisions today and the roles they will play in the future, and explore how our traditional interfaces will disappear as a result. Read more.
Location: Buckingham Room
Hjalmar Gislason (DataMarket)
Average rating: ***..
(3.00, 2 ratings)
You want to publish your data for clients, developers or the general public to use and enjoy. But which file formats to use? Which standards? How to provide an API? Should you visualize the data? And if so, how? DataMarket has been on the receiving end of data from many of the World's key data providers and is now helping leading information companies publishing theirs. Here we share our findings. Read more.
Location: Buckingham Room
Irene Ros (Bocoup), Alastair Dant (Guardian News and Media), Alex Graul (Guardian News & Media)
Average rating: *****
(5.00, 1 rating)
Learn how the Miso Project - an open source toolkit - can help build engaging interactive content and let authors focus on telling stories with data. Read more.

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