Eclipse Array Explorer allows developers to explore large arrays efficiently. The tabular view provided by this tool offers an overview of the values of all fields in all elements in the array. Specific values in this table can be spot using interaction or by means of additional views (such as bar charts).
provides a more efficient way to explore large arrays than the Eclipse built-in indented list designed to visualize all types of variables.
Possibility to expand inner objects to explore the values of their fields (such as Student.college.name) along the outer fields.
Integrating histograms and bar charts to examine the distributions of numerical of categorical values
The tool can be downloaded from the following update site.
Silvia Miksch gave a talk @ IT SUMMIT 2017 in Linz about challenges and opportunities in Visual Analytics, entitled (in German) "Vom Datenwust zur Erkenntnis: Visual Analytics: Stand der Technik und Best Practice"
The project’s focus is the valorisation and the mediation of the capabilities of music as an urban identification tool. The interaction between music and urban texture (identity, political symbolism, mental determination, imagination) should be made accessible to academic and to a wide audience through interactive Visual Analytic Technologies.
The Technisches Museum Wien published a book 'Wäre Ada ein Mann...Frauen in Technik, Naturwissenschaften und Medien', Edition TMW, which presents pioneer work of women in technology, natural sciences, and media.
We invite you to the talk "Exploratory Search in Time-Oriented Data" by Jürgen Bernard from TU Darmstadt.
Time: Wednesday, 25. January 2017 at 17:15
Location: Vienna University of Technology, 4., Favoritenstraße 9-11, stairs 3,
4. floor, green area, Seminarraum E188/2