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GraphDice: A System for Exploring Multivariate Social Networks

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Slides from IEEE EuroVis 2010 on our GraphDice system.

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  • 1. 1
    GraphDiceA System for Exploring Multivariate Social Networks
    Dagstuhl edition
    Pierre
    Dragicevic
    - The Good -
    Jean-Daniel
    Fekete
    - The Ugly -
    Anastasia
    Bezerianos
    Niklas
    Elmqvist
    - The Bad -
    Fanny
    Chevalier
  • 2. 2
    Social Network Analysis
    Intrinsic
    attributes
    position
    Computed
    attributes
    • degree
    • 6. betweeness
    centrality
    • clustering
    coefficient
  • 3
    Social Network Analysis
    Intrinsic
    attributes
    position
    Computed
    attributes
    centrality
    • clustering
    coefficient
  • 4
    Motivation
    Target Users: Social network analysts
    Design Rationale:
    Consistent and simple representation and interaction
    Edge and node attribute visualization
    Link between tabular data and vis
  • 11. 5
    GraphDice Interface
  • 12. 6
    GraphDice Interface
  • 13. 7
    GraphDice Interface
  • 14. Control Menu
    8
  • 15. 9
    Dynamic Queries
  • 16. 10
    Selection History
  • 17. Transient Buttons
    11
  • 18. Jitter
    12
  • 19. Zoom
    13
  • 20. Zoom
    14
  • 21. User Feedback
    15
    “Easy to use, but it took a bit to understand edge attributes”
    “have all combinations of attributes immediately available to quickly explore hypothesis”
    “can be used to communicate findings”
    “animation helps to compare attributes”
    “tables give security and confidence that I am looking at the correct data”
  • 22. Directed Networks
    16
  • 23. Data Tables
    17
  • 24. Conclusion
    18
    Unified representation of
    • topology-based layout / cartographic positions
    • 25. intrinsic attributes
    • 26. computed measures
    • 27. edge attributes
    Consistent and visible interaction
    History management
    Coordinated visual and tabular representations
  • 28. Thankyou
    www.aviz.fr/graphdice
    19