Data Visualisation Workshop
|A Research Services research event|
|Date||28 January 2015|
|Time||13:30 to 16:30|
|Place||Washington Singer 219|
Video linked to Daphne du Maurier Lecture Theatre B, Penryn. Video link to St Luke's available on request.
|Organizer||Research and Knowledge Transfer Events|
Who should attend?
In conjunction with the Big Data Challenges Series, The Exeter Imaging Network (EIN) would like to welcome anyone interested in generating, visualising, presenting and interpreting large and/or complex data sets to attend this workshop.
The workshop is designed to encourage collaborations and discussions between bioscientists, mathematicians, systems biologists, physicists, geographers, medics, engineers, psychologists, computing scientists and anyone else with an interest in visualising large and/or complex data.
What is the workshop about?
The event is aimed at promoting cross-disciplinary networking and discussion regarding the methods and challenges in visualising and interpreting data.
|Time||Activity and speaker|
|13.30||Introduction and welcome, Professor Peter Challenor, Professor of Mathematics, University of Exeter|
Visualising numbers, big and small
Alan Smith OBE, Head of Digital Content, Office for National Statistics
Organising Data for Re-Use: Visualisations in Biological Databases
Dr Sabina Leonelli, Associate Professor in Philosophy and History of Science, University of Exeter
|15.00||Coffee and networking|
How we visualise genomics data
Dr David Studholme, Associate Professor in Bioinformatics, University of Exeter
What do you mean I have to choose? Visualisation approaches for data which describe competing quality criteria
Dr Jonathan Fieldsend, Senior Lecturer in Computer Science, University of Exeter
To register for this event please contact email@example.com
|David_Studholme.pdf||How we visualise genomics data - David Studholme (4871K)|
|Sabina_Leonelli.pdf||Sabina Leonelli - Organising Data for Re-Use: Visualisations in Biological Databases (2008K)|
|Joanthan_Fieldsend.pdf||Jonathan Fieldsend - What do you mean I have to choose? Visualisation approaches for data which describe competing quality criteria (1033K)|
|Alan_Smith_OBE.pdf||Alan Smith OBE - Visualising numbers, big and small (12801K)|
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Washington Singer 219