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Blue Waters supercomputing project to offer graduate course on visualization in Spring 2015

The Blue Waters project at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign will offer a graduate course on High Performance Visualization for Large-Scale Scientific Data Analytics in Spring 2015. This semester-long online course will provide students with free access to Blue Waters, one of the world’s most powerful supercomputers. Blue Waters performs quadrillions of calculations every […]
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Mapping Cultural migration over 2600 years (Dataviz)

A map visualization from researchers at the University of Texas at Dallas shows human migration patterns over the last 2,600 years. Drawing from the Google-owned Freebase information repository, researchers took 120,000 notable individuals and mapped their birth and death locations. The resulting visualization, which is somewhat biased toward North America and Europe, shows how the hotspots of […]

Level Money, Millennial Vices: Booze

Millennials’ Vices: Where Do Young Americans Spend the Most Money on Guilty Pleasures? (INFOGRAPHICS)

Report from Level Money Analyzes Millennials’ Coffee Shop, Bar, and Fast Food Purchases; Reveals the Most Popular Brands and Top Spending States for Generation Y   Level Money, a mobile-first financial services company, has released a national report revealing how Millennials spend money on their guilty pleasures. Level Money was designed for Millennials, and the company has […]
Roambi releases Android BI solution

Roambi Delivers Roambi Analytics for Android Smartphones and Tablets

Roambi, the ground-breaking BI app created for the mobile environment, today announced the availability of Roambi Analytics for Android smartphones and tablets. Since its launch in 2009, Roambi has become the leading mobile reporting app on iOS with its combination of native architecture, multi-touch visualizations and mobile-centric functionality, including full offline capabilities. Next month, Roambi […]

iDashboards visualizations of the World Cup 2014

iDashboards tracks the 2014 World Cup with Interactive Dashboards

Today, iDashboards, a producer of Business Intelligence (BI) dashboard software, announced the launch of a 2014 World Football dashboard. The dynamic visualization will provide World Cup fans with access to global rankings, stadium information, live feeds and features an interactive bracket designed to track the 2014 tournament from the Round of 16 to the final […]
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INTViewer 5.0 Update to Its Unique Data Visualization Platform

INT Releases INTViewer™ 5.0 Update to Its Unique Data Visualization Platform for Upstream E&P (via PRWeb) INTViewer 5.0 uses new OpenGL technology to perform ultra-fast 3D Visualization in the GPU. 3D displays are now faster and feature higher resolution: facilitating rapid analysis and QC of advanced 3D geophysical data along with 3D visualization for…

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Tableau Software Helping Data Become More Visual

When data stops being slowly written into rows and columns and starts moving quickly online from sensors, Internet browsers and smartphones, other things change too. We are starting to see the information in more dynamic ways. Dean Meyers‘s insight: Covering Tableau’s forthcoming update to their flagship data visualization software, the key features for Tableau 8.2 […]
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Brands to publish compelling visual stories via Visual.ly Campaigns

After a successful Series A of fundraising (see the VizWorld interview here), Visual.ly, the world’s largest marketplace for infographics and other visual information design projects, took their expertise a step further, according to Lee Sherman (@lsherman), co-founder and Chief Content Officer of Visual.ly, to offer what they call campaigns. In an interview shortly after the […]

Tow Center for Digital Journalism

The first Tow Research conference, Quantifying Journalism: Metrics, Data and Computation, streaming live today

The Tow Center for Digital Journalism/Columbia Journalism School presents the first Tow Research conference, Quantifying Journalism: Metrics, Data and Computation, on May 30, 2014. Quantifying Journalism: Data, Metrics, and Computation will bring together academics, practitioners and technologists to explore three critical questions at the heart of the data journalism conversation: Beyond Clickbait: How are news organizations […]
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Visually announces “Visual.ly Campaigns”: Content Marketing from Ideation to Analytics

Visually, the world’s marketplace for visual content, today announced the launch of “Visual.ly Campaigns”, a platform upgrade that helps marketers achieve measurable goals through custom packages that delivers visual content, at the right frequency, through targeted channels. [For an in-depth interview with Visually co-founder Lee Sherman, please see our video at http://www.vizworld.com/2014/02/visually-a-creative-collaborative-marketplace-that-has-learned-how-to-scale-interview] Visually, a full-service [...