Visualization research develops new techniques to present large data collections in new insightful ways. The human eye, human interaction and design play a key role in this research.
The goal of this field is to develop new systems that users can use to discover patterns and outliers in the data that without the aid of the human mind are very difficult to find. Users can use these systems to analyze and optimize their systems significantly faster compared to traditional analysis methods.
The section projects show a list of research programs where we are currently working on. Most of these projects are in collaboration with companies and other research groups within Mathematics & Computer Science. The section "Software" contains a list of visualization tool that you can try out yourself.
Visual analytics for workflow support
Supporting clinical researchers studying the characteristics of next-generation targeted computer viruses using visualization and...Read more
Modelling and Optimization of Pathology Workflows and Flexible Semantic Orchestration
Visualization in Digital Pathology.Read more
Visual Analytics for Healthcare Workflows
Visualisation of complex healthcare workflows to provide insights by developing new visualisation techniques and using existing...Read more
Discovery of next-generation targeted computer viruses using visualization and machine learning.Read more
Sort it out
Visualization and categorization of large image collections.Read more
Interactive Visualization of Dynamic Multivariate Networks
Gaining insight in large evolving complex networks.Read more
Visualization for Maritime Situational Awareness
Protecting and securing shippings and assets at sea against smuggling, piracy and other threats.Read more
Want to test different visualization for yourself? Here is a list of applications that you can try for free.
Ever wondered why your hard disk is full? Or what directory is taking up most of the space? When using conventional disk browsing tools, such as Windows Explorer, these questions may be hard to answer. With SequoiaView however, they can be answered almost immediately. SequoiaView uses a visualization technique called cushion treemaps to provide you with a single picture of the entire contents of your hard drive. You can use it to locate those large files that you haven't accessed in one year, or to quickly locate the largest picture files on your drive. Click here to download the latest version of SequoiaView.
Developer: Prof. dr. ir. J.J. van Wijk
For the Imaginary 2016 event in Eindhoven, the Visualization group adapted the popular MandelBrot Fraqtive application to support multi touch interaction. The software can both be downloaded for Windows and Linux. The source code of the project can be downloaded here.
Disclaimer: The university and visualization group do not derive any form of ownership of the application, since Fraqtive is publicly distributed under The GNU General Public License v3.0.
Under no circumstances the university can be held responsible for any loss, theft, violence or damage of information, software, and/or hardware as a result of using the product.