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Re: Visualizing Linked Data - did we miss anything?

From: Gannon Dick <gannon_dick@yahoo.com>
Date: Wed, 27 Mar 2013 17:48:57 -0700 (PDT)
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To: Oscar Corcho <ocorcho@fi.upm.es>, Maria Maleshkova <maria.maleshkova@kit.edu>, "public-lod@w3.org" <public-lod@w3.org>
Cc: "euclid-project@sti2.org" <euclid-project@sti2.org>
Thanks Oscar.  Your presentation is much nicer than mine.

re: 	* Matrices, parallel co-ordinates
	* Timeline and topology plots, map and landscape views

A problem for visualizations (and a huge concern of mine) is that the underlying physics of the visualization be a Socio-Technical System.  That means that physical constants remain constant under iteration by degrees (0-90) and radians (0-PI/2) in a parallel coordinate system.  Economists and for-profit businesses regularly get this wrong, because the apparent result is mighty attractive, "new and improved", "shows growth" and so forth, with some unwitting validation from Contract Law*.  Governments should not work this way - the apparent variability is 100% due to "hidden fees" (truncation on a chaotic boundary).  For example (#2), sunset and sunrise calculations are "centered" on mid-summer.  Solar Noon wanders around Local Noon according to The Equation of Time, but never more than about half an hour of a clock noon - the center of lunch hour - or Siesta.  Siesta caused many Work-Life Balance problems on the real boundary with Family Time
 around sunrise and sunset. The logical mistake was that a watch was registering the true constant labelled "noon" and the sun was being somehow disorderly - a "Watch Ethic" disguised as a "Work Ethic", it only worked on the Mid-Summer's Day.

Thanks for the confusing explanation, Gannon.  


Socio-Technical Systems fix this, the math is fairly straight forward.
If someone at KIT or FI.UPM.ES would like to help me improve the teach-ability please contact me off line.

--Gannon

* Example #1: A One Year Contract = 365.242196 Day Contract according to Astronomers (Kepler) and a 365.25 Day Contract according to Bankers and a 365 Day Contract according to the Payroll Department.  It's a "tri-label" not a three (tri)-nomial. 




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 From: Oscar Corcho <ocorcho@fi.upm.es>
To: Maria Maleshkova <maria.maleshkova@kit.edu>; public-lod@w3.org 
Cc: euclid-project@sti2.org 
Sent: Wednesday, March 27, 2013 5:43 PM
Subject: Re: Visualizing Linked Data - did we miss anything?
 

Hi Maria,

If you are interested in covering map-based visualizations, you may want to add Map4RDF (http://oegdev.dia.fi.upm.es/map4rdf/)

Oscar

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Oscar Corcho
Ontology Engineering Group (OEG)
Departamento de Inteligencia Artificial
Facultad de Informática
Campus de Montegancedo s/n
Boadilla del Monte-28660 Madrid, España
Tel. (+34) 91 336 66 05
Fax  (+34) 91 352 48 19
De:  Maria Maleshkova <maria.maleshkova@kit.edu>
Fecha:  miércoles, 27 de marzo de 2013 17:49
Para:  <public-lod@w3.org>
Asunto:  Visualizing Linked Data - did we miss anything?
Nuevo envío de:  <public-lod@w3.org>
Fecha de nuevo envío:  Wed, 27 Mar 2013 21:28:39 +0000


Dear all,


we are trying to compile a survey of topics and tools for visualizing Linked Data. This is part of the contributions of the European project EUCLID (http://www.euclid-project.eu/), which aims to provide an educational curriculum for Linked Data practitioners. So far we have created training materials on introducing the Linked Data principles and application scenarios [1], and on querying Linked Data [2]. Currently we are working on covering visualization. If you are a developer or a user of methods or tools, which are relevant and we have missed, please let us know (direct reply to the email or euclid-project@sti2.org and on Twitter https://twitter.com/euclid_project).

All training materials produced by EUCLID are freely available [3] (Attribution) and can be reused for trainings and educational activities. 

	*  Linked Data Visualization
	* Visualisation Techniques
	* Visualizing the Linked Data Cloud
	* Requirement for Visualisation Tools
	* Visualizing Different Data Dimensions
	* Existing Linked Data Visualisations
	* Simple bar and pie charts, histograms, line and scatterplots
	* Node-link tree and graph visualisations, in both 2D and 3D
	* Matrices, parallel co-ordinates
	* Timeline and topology plots, map and landscape views
	* Space-filling visualisations such as tree maps, rose diagrams, icicle, bubble and sunburst plots
	* Iconography, including star and glyph plots
	* Text-based
	* Linked Data Browsers
	* sig.ma, sindice, OpenLink RDF Browser, Marbles, Disco - Disco Hyperdata Browser, Piggy Bank, part of SIMILE, Zitgist DataViewer, iLOD, URI Burner
	* Browsers with Visualisation Options
	* Tabulator, IsaViz, OpenLink Data Explorer, RDF Gravity, RelFinder, DBpedia Mobile, LESS http://less.aksw.org/
	* Further: SIMILE Exhibit, Haystack, FoaF Explorer, Humboldt, LENA, Noadster, mSpace, Revyv, RKBExplorer, Semanlink
	* Visualisation toolkits
	* Information Workbench Linked Open Data, Graves
	* SPARQL Visualisation


Thank you for your feedback!

Visit out website for further resources: http://www.euclid-project.eu
Twitter: https://twitter.com/euclid_project  
Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/euclidproject
Slideshare: https://www.slideshare.net/euclidprojectLinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Education-Training-on-Semantic-Technologies-4917016

[1] http://www.euclid-project.eu/modules/chapter1
[2] http://www.slideshare.net/EUCLIDproject/querying-linked-data, https://vimeo.com/61618438, https://vimeo.com/61618437
[3] Attribution 3.0 Unprotected http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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Maria Maleshkova
Senior Researcher
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
Phone: +49 721 608 45778
Email: maria.maleshkova@kit.edu

KIT ­ University of the State of Baden-Württemberg and National
Large-scale Research Center of the Helmholtz Association
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