Frameworks for Data Visualization
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|SubmitterName||Kevin Ward and Charles Thompson|
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|Title||Frameworks for Data Visualization|
|Abstract||[[Abstract::Many frameworks have been developed to support science data visualization. These frameworks can be integrated or modular and very often involve massaging the underlying source science data (via a set of specialized procedural steps) into a generalized derivative form (images, grids, tiles) facilitating the visualization process. Visualization frameworks might also simply be data browsers.
Some examples of visualization frameworks are:
We want to identify examples of frameworks that exist within the Earth sciences community and encourage the developers, maintainers, and users of those systems to participate in this workshop at the summer meeting.
For this workshop we are soliciting 15-20 minute presentations that address the following core questions regarding visualization frameworks:
Demonstrations of existing frameworks are certainly welcome as long as the core questions are addressed as part of that demonstration.
Other topics within the realm of visualization frameworks are welcome as well.
If you are interested in participating in this workshop, please send us an abstract of no more than 250 words describing your framework (or frameworks you have used, if that is your perspective) and briefly summarizing its use. Abstracts should be submitted to email@example.com by June 8, 2012.]]