Data Visualization

Our work on traces or annotation visualization, as well as on dashboards, naturally led to officially work on (and teach!) data visualization and visual analytics.

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    ECBridge: Education-Curation Bridge

    Data Visualization Learning Analytics Technology-Enhanced Learning

    EC Bridge aims to create software linking platforms dedicated to the world of education and cultural mediation, to offer cultural institutions support for new educational experiences linking schools, museums, and families. In this project we are implicated in the scenarios in the design of trace-based dashboard for learners, curators, and students.

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    Partners: Mazedia, Maskott, LS2N, Ifé ENS-Lyon, Cité des Télécoms, Musée gallo-romain de Fourvière
    Funding: FUI 23
    Beginning: 2017-09-01
    End: 2019-12-31

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    eFIL: e-Feedback for interactive Lecture

    Data Visualization Learning Analytics Reflective Systems Technology-Enhanced Learning

    The project aims at experimenting in lab / classroom the usage of a handwritten note-taking tablet application, that also allows the creation of pedagogical activities (quiz, whiteboards). We want to study the impact of technology instrumentation on active learning methods, and the usage of activity traces for analysis and production of synchronous and post-hoc activity visualisation dashboards, mainly targeted at teachers.

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    Partners: LS2N, IntuiDoc, LP3C
    Funding: Cominlabs Labex
    Beginning: 2017-10-01
    End: 2019-12-31
    Website: https://efil.cominlabs.u-bretagneloire.fr/fr

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    EPISTEME: Transdisciplinary epistemology of digital technologies

    Data Visualization Digital Instruments Interpretation Systems Reflective Systems Trace-based Activity Analysis

    Work on data analysis of astrophysical research activity, producing datavisualizations that highligh different processes related to observations, the organization of working groups, as well as the software "black boxes".

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    Partners: IRI Centre Pompidou, LINA, LIRIS, CHS Paris 1, CEA Irfu, France Televisions, Mediapart
    Funding: French National Research Agency (ANR)
    Beginning: 2014-10-01
    End: 2018-02-28
    Website: https://projet-episteme.org/

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    The aim of this transdisciplinary program EPISTEME is first to identify the most characteristic aspects of the transformation of two chosen disciplines (astrophysics, history) in their relations to their objects under the effect of digital formalization. The other goal is to design instruments for the scientific communities of peers that allow contributive categorization, to support debates and controversies, based on the concept of transindividuation, and to articulate bottom-up -stemming from individual research activities- and top down processes -more or less local, laboratory-, school- or discipline-wide certification processes from peer community debates.

    We developed the Herschel Mission Explorer. We are currently working on a second version that will feature a general design overhaul.

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    IDEA: Immersive Data Exploration and Analysis

    Data Visualization Immersive Analytics Virtual Reality

    IDEA explores immersive analytics by proposing original representations, interaction modalities, and evaluations means. It focuses on multi-dimensional data and HMD-based virtual representations. This project has led to several prototypes, it now includes the PhD thesis of Adrien Fonnet.

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    Partners: LS2N, Readi Design Lab
    Funding: West Creative Industry cluster
    Cofunding: University of Nantes / Ministry of Higher Education and Research
    Beginning: 2016-10-01
    End: 2020-08-31

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    • Axes and Coordinate Systems Representations for Immersive Analytics of Multi-Dimensional Data (2018) Adrien Fonnet, Toinon Vigier, Grégoire Cliquet, Fabien Picarougne, Yannick Prié. in 4th International Symposium on Big Data Visual and Immersive Analytics BDVA 2018, Konstanz, Germany, October 2018 (to appear) Show abstract
    • Immersive Data Exploration and Analysis (2018) Adrien Fonnet, Florian Melki, Yannick Prié, Fabien Picarougne, Grégoire Cliquet. in Student Interaction Design Research conference, May 2018, Helsinki, Finland. Show abstract
    • Towards HMD-based Immersive Analytics (2017) Grégoire Cliquet, Matthieu Perreira, Fabien Picarougne, Yannick Prié, Toinon Vigier. in Immersive analytics Workshop, IEEE VIS 2017, Phoenix, Arizona, United States. Show abstract

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    PAPM: Progressive Analytics and Pattern Mining

    Data Visualization Interpretation Systems Progressive analytics

    The project concentrates on the main difficulty of interactive mining, which is not post-mining interaction, nor pre-interaction mining, rather interaction and mining occurring at the same time. We focus on interaction for progressive analytics, our application is in progressive pattern mining of frequent event sequences of user activity traces.

    Details

    Partners: LS2N
    Funding: PhD funding
    Beginning: 2015-10-01
    End: 2018-12-31

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    • Progressive sequential pattern mining: steerable visual exploration of patterns with PPMT (2018) Vincent Raveneau, Julien Blanchard, Yannick Prié. in Visualization in Data Science (VDS at IEEE VIS 2018), Berlin, Germany, 2018. (to appear) [AR:30%] Show abstract
    • Towards an open-source tool for pattern-based progressive analytics on interaction traces (2016) Vincent Raveneau, Julien Blanchard, Yannick Prié. in Workshop "Event Event" at IEEE VIS 2016, Baltimore. 3p. Show abstract
    • Pattern-based progressive analytics on interaction traces (2016) Vincent Raveneau, Julien Blanchard, Yannick Prié. in IEEE VIS 2016, Baltimore. oct. 2016. 2p (Poster) Show abstract

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Select another theme:    Accessibility Data Visualization Digital Instruments Document Engineering Experience analysis and modelling Hypervideos Immersive Analytics Interpretation Systems Knowledge Engineering Learning Analytics Progressive analytics Reflective Systems Technology-Enhanced Learning Trace-based Activity Analysis Trace-based Systems VR and Psychotherapy Video Annotations Virtual Reality