mayo 19, 2009

RDF Gravity is a tool for visualising RDF/OWL Graphs/ ontologies.

Its main features are:

* Graph Visualization

* Global and Local Filters (enabling specific views on a graph)

* Full text Search

* Generating views from RDQL Queries

* Visualising multiple RDF files

RDF Gravity is implemented by using the JUNG Graph API and Jena semantic web toolkit.


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abril 1, 2009

Welcome to statnet!

Version 2.2 released March 1, 2009

Special Issue of the Journal of Statistical Software with 9 papers on statnet came out May 8, 2008

This website provides information on, background material for and access to the statnet suite of packages for network analysis. Directions for downloading statnet can be found under Installation on the navigation bar to the left. The packages are written for the R statistical computing environment, so it runs on any computing platform that supports R. If you do not already have R installed, you will need to install it via the main R web resource-site, www.r-project.org. Instructions for installing R can also be found under Installation.

orgnet.com – InFlow Social Network Analysis Software for Business, Communities and Government

abril 1, 2009

Software for Social Network Analysis & Organizational Network Analysis

If a picture is worth a thousand words, what is an interactive model of your organization, community, or industry worth?

InFlow 3.1 performs network analysis AND network visualization in one integrated product — no passing files back and forth between different programs like other tools. What is mapped in one window is measured in the other window — what you see, is what you measure. InFlow excels at what-if analysis — change the network, get new metrics — just 2 clicks of the mouse. InFlow is designed to work with Microsoft Office and the WWW. You do not need to be an expert in statistics to use InFlow.

InFlow is the only popular SNA/ONA software that has available training and personal mentoring through your first project(s). Experienced consultants teach you both the methodology and practice of SNA/ONA, along with how to use the software.

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Google Visualization API Gallery – Google Visualization API – Google Code

abril 1, 2009

Google Visualization API Gallery

This gallery lists JavaScript visualizations built on the Google Visualization API. Some of these have been written by Google, and some have been written by third parties. Links below point to instructions for and demonstrations of each visualization. (Links to third-party visualizations will take you off the Google site.) To learn how to use JavaScript visualizations, read Using Visualizations.

To see a list of visualization gadgets, see the Google Visualization API Gadget Gallery.

If you have developed your own visualization, we encourage you to submit it to this gallery.

Google Visualization API Gallery – Google Visualization API – Google Code.

Google Web Toolkit – Google Code

abril 1, 2009

Creación de aplicaciones AJAX más rápida que la manual
Actualmente, la creación de aplicaciones web resulta un proceso pesado y propenso a errores. Los desarrolladores pueden pasar el 90% de su tiempo estudiando las peculiaridades de los navegadores. Por otra parte, la creación, la reutilización y el mantenimiento de una gran cantidad de componentes AJAX y bases de código JavaScript pueden ser tareas complejas y delicadas. Google Web Toolkit (GWT) facilita estas arduas tareas al ofrecer a los desarrolladores la posibilidad de crear y mantener rápidamente aplicaciones JavaScript con interfaces complejas, pero de gran rendimiento, en el lenguaje de programación Java.

Google Web Toolkit – Google Code.

API de visualización de Google – Google Code

abril 1, 2009

¿Qué es el API de visualización de Google?

El API de visualización de Google permite acceder a varias fuentes de datos estructurados que puede mostrar, eligiendo entre una amplia selección de visualizaciones. El API de visualización de Google también proporciona una plataforma que se puede utilizar para crear, compartir y reutilizar visualizaciones desarrolladas por la comunidad de desarrolladores en su totalidad.

  • Inserta visualizaciones directamente en tu sitio web: podrás elegir entre una amplia gama de visualizaciones creadas por la comunidad de desarrolladores para presentar datos de forma atractiva en tu sitio web.
  • Crea, comparte y reutiliza: escribe visualizaciones y crea gadgets a partir de ellas con las sencillas extensiones de gadgets del API. Publícalas aquí o en el directorio de gadgets. Conviértete en un participante activo de la comunidad de desarrolladores; reutiliza y comparte las visualizaciones con otros usuarios.
  • Crea extensiones para los productos de Google: crea aplicaciones de visualización para productos de Google como Google Docs. Distribuye tu aplicación en una lista cada vez mayor de productos que admiten gadgets.
  • Utiliza muchas fuentes de datos y una sola API: las aplicaciones de visualización creadas con el API permiten acceder a cualquier fuente de datos de servidor compatible o acceder a datos directamente desde el cliente mediante JavaScript, sin necesidad de cambiar el código de tu aplicación.

API de visualización de Google – Google Code.

YouTube – Google Visualization API on Google Spreadsheets

abril 1, 2009

YouTube – Google Visualization API on Google Spreadsheets.

YouTube – glTrail – Force Feedback

abril 1, 2009

YouTube – glTrail – Force Feedback.

JavaScript Information Visualization Toolkit JIT at noumena

marzo 30, 2009

Image by bootload via Flickr

What’s the JIT?

The JIT is an advanced JavaScript infovis toolkit based on 5 papers about different information visualization techniques.
The JIT implements advanced features of information visualization like Treemaps (with the slice and dice and squarified methods), an adapted visualization of trees based on the Spacetree, a focus+context technique to plot Hyperbolic Trees, and a radial layout of trees with advanced animations (RGraph).

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The Opte Project

marzo 30, 2009

This project was created to make a visual representation of a space that is very much one-dimensional, a metaphysical universe. The data represented and collected here serves a multitude of purposes: Modeling the Internet, analyzing wasted IP space, IP space distribution, detecting the result of natural disasters, weather, war, and esthetics/art. This project is free and represents a lot of donated time, please enjoy.

The Opte Project.