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Impressions over the Data-driven Visualization Symposium

Source: Semantic Web world for you Today I was attending an event entitled “Data-driven Visualization Symposium” in the beautiful Trippenhuis building of the KNAW in Amsterdam. There was a really rich schedule with 10 speakers showcasing some of their work in the area of big data and visualisation. Though I would have appreciated getting a […]

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Impressions over the Data-driven Visualization Symposium

Source: Semantic Web world for you Today I was attending an event entitled “Data-driven Visualization Symposium” in the beautiful Trippenhuis building of the KNAW in Amsterdam. There was a really rich schedule with 10 speakers showcasing some of their work in the area of big data and visualisation. Though I would have appreciated getting a […]

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Dataviz with a Wii-U (continued)

Source: Semantic Web world for you Following the discussion I had after my previous posts, here is a bit more structured explanation of the ideas: Please feel free to ping me and/or comment on this post if you too think it’s a good idea Filed under: Visualisation

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Why don’t we use gaming consoles for data visualisation ?

Source: Semantic Web world for you Yesterday I was sitting in a very interesting meeting with some experts in data visualisation. There was a lot of impressive things presented and the name of Wii remote and Kinect were mentioned a couple of time. As I observed so far, these devices are used as cheap way […]

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Why don’t we use gaming consoles for data visualisation ?

Source: Semantic Web world for you Yesterday I was sitting in a very interesting meeting with some experts in data visualisation. There was a lot of impressive things presented and the name of Wii remote and Kinect were mentioned a couple of time. As I observed so far, these devices are used as cheap way […]

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Data export VS Faceted expressivity

Source: Semantic Web world for you One visiting the Netherlands will inevitably stumble upon some “BakFiets” in the streets. This Dutch speciality that seems to be the result from cross-breeding a pick-up with a bike can be used from many things from getting the kids around to moving a fridge. Now, let’s consider a Dutch […]

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Data export VS Faceted expressivity

Source: Semantic Web world for you One visiting the Netherlands will inevitably stumble upon some “BakFiets” in the streets. This Dutch speciality that seems to be the result from cross-breeding a pick-up with a bike can be used from many things from getting the kids around to moving a fridge. Now, let’s consider a Dutch […]

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One year of PiLOD project

Source: Semantic Web world for you Yesterday was the closing event of the Pilot Linked Open Data project. A significantly big crowd of politicians, civil servants, hackers, SME owners, open data activists and researchers gathered in the very nice building of the RCE in Amersfoort to hear about what has been done within this one […]

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One year of PiLOD project

Source: Semantic Web world for you Yesterday was the closing event of the Pilot Linked Open Data project. A significantly big crowd of politicians, civil servants, hackers, SME owners, open data activists and researchers gathered in the very nice building of the RCE in Amersfoort to hear about what has been done within this one […]

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Trip Report: ESWC 2013

Source: Think Links I think since I’ve moved to Europe I’ve been attending ESWC (Extended/European Semantic Web Conference) and I always get something out of the event. There are plenty of familiar faces but also quite a few new people and it’s a great environment for having chats. In addition, the quality of the content is always […]

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