|(1) Network Data Prepration||(2) Extra Session on Network Data Prepration||(3) Data Shaping Techniques and Challenges||(4) Exploring with Node-link Diagrams||(5) Exploring with Adjacency Matrix||(6) Exploring with Timeline, Map, and Coordinated View|
In this page you can find material related to our course on Visual Exploration of Networks. For full details about the course, please visit the course’s info page.
In this part we introduce data prepration for network creation. This includes what considerations and decisions you need to take while preparing your network’s data.
In the first session we introduce the following concepts:
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In the second session we emphasize more how to prepare your network data through more examples. The session’s outline is as following:
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In the third session we discuss how specify and decide on additional attributes such as link weight. Also, we discuss how can you take other decisions while preparing your data on other aspects based on your research goal and dataset context. This session’s outline is:
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In this part we start disucssing how to explore your network visually through different network visualizations. This includes how to understand visual encodings, explore patterns, and other stratigies in visual exploration (e.g. temporal exploration).
In the fourth session we introduce Network Visual Exploration as a concept. Then we start describing how can we visually explore networks using node-link diagrams, what to consider when exploring them and what kind of questions to ask while exploring such diagrams. This session’s outline is as following:
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In the fifth session we introduce how to explore network data using adjacency matrix. This includes how they are created, how to read their visual encodings and what kind of patterns an analyst can find and how to interpret. The outline of this session is as following:
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In the sixth sessions we cover two additional visualizations (Timeline and Map) in addition to the coordinated view. The outline of this session is as following:
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