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A Web-Based Approach for Visualizing Interactive Decision Maps

Marco Marto, Vladimir A. Bushenkov, Keith M. Reynolds, José G. Borges, Susete Marques
2020 Information  
a web server for fast responses to client requests to represent IDMs.  ...  This research expands the applicability of the Feasible Goals (FGoal) Pareto frontier multiple criteria method to display the Edgeworth–Pareto hull using interactive decision maps (IDMs).  ...  Disclaimer: Responsibility for the information and views set out in this article/publication lies entirely with the authors.  ... 
doi:10.3390/info12010009 fatcat:gdmeeczz6jdd5afunjfrfc2uiq

A Case Study of Geovisual Analytics Approach for Exploring Unknown Patterns over Spatio-Temporal Datasets

Monisha Biswas, Md. Monjur-Ul-Hasan, Anupia Barua
2017 International Journal of Computer Applications  
An effective web-enabled geovisual analytics approach, that has been developed based on the principles behind visual analytics to interactively visualize and solve spatio-temporal related visualization  ...  problems for multivariate data through a visual discovery and analytical reasoning is introduced in this paper.  ...  IMPLEMENTATION For wide spread use and easy access to internet users, the prototype system is developed as a web-based application.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2017915429 fatcat:nzb7uxczb5cjzkvgvbkjmsdzjm

Aperture: An Open Web 2.0 Visualization Framework

David Jonker, Scott Langevin, Neil Bozowsky, William Wright
2013 2013 46th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences  
Aperture utilizes a novel layer based approach to visualization assembly, and a data mapping API that simplifies the process of adaptable transformation of data and analytic results into visual forms and  ...  Aperture is an open, adaptable and extensible Web 2.0 visualization framework, designed to produce visualizations for analysts and decision makers in any common web browser.  ...  Figure 2 : 2 Layered visualization approach for creative, interactive, expressive visualization forms in a browser.  ... 
doi:10.1109/hicss.2013.96 dblp:conf/hicss/JonkerLBW13 fatcat:7wxphew4cbaijnbmly5aqryv3i

Interactive Web-based Visualization for Accessibility Mapping of Transportation Networks [article]

Alexander Schoedon, Matthias Trapp, Henning Hollburg, Jürgen Döllner
2016 EuroVis 2016 - Short Papers  
In this context, interactive web-based accessibility-map visualization techniques and systems are important tools for provisioning, exploration, analysis, and assessment of multi-modal and location-based  ...  However, traditional approaches for web-based visualization of accessibility-maps do not allow this degree of parametrization without significant latencies introduced by required data processing and transmission  ...  This paper proposes a new approach for web-based visualization of accessibility maps based on transportation network data.  ... 
doi:10.2312/eurovisshort.20161165 dblp:conf/vissym/SchoedonTHD16 fatcat:vk5ofbwcc5f7tcwkw66cndhv6m

SDG Viz: A Web-based System for Visualizing Sustainable Development Indicators

Xinyu Gong
2019 Proceedings of the ICA  
In this study, a web-based visualization system called "SDG Viz" has been developed for such a purpose. This system has two main components: visual representation and visual interaction.  ...  For visual representation, it has the capacity of producing thematic maps such as choropleth maps, proportional symbol maps, 3D maps and animated maps.  ...  Therefore, a completed web-based visualization system requires the analysis capacities and interaction functionalities.  ... 
doi:10.5194/ica-proc-2-39-2019 fatcat:oqulbh3pibetdgbfj4vwk6pcwi

WebGL-based Geodata Visualization for Policy Support and Decision Making [article]

Jonas Lukasczyk, Ariane Middel, Hans Hagen
2014 Workshop on Visualisation in Environmental Sciences  
In this work, we propose a WebGL-based visualization that combines various web technologies to interactively explore, analyze, and communicate environmental geodata.  ...  Accessible data visualizations are crucial to reaching a wide audience and supporting the decision making processes.  ...  Center for a Desert City (DCDC) II: Urban Climate Adaptation) and the German Science Foundation DFG (IRTG 1131 at University of Kaiserslautern, Germany).  ... 
doi:10.2312/envirvis.20141104 dblp:conf/envirvis-ws/LukasczykMH14 fatcat:27usj622dzglbinbkd6xvc5xue

Design and implementation of a web interactive thematic cartography method based on a web service chain

Xingguo Zeng, Qingyun Du, Fu Ren, Fei Zhao
2013 Boletim de Ciências Geodésicas  
The method is implemented in the construction of a urban thematic atlas in Shenzhen, China that is dedicated to supporting decision making for urban planning and public participatory thematic map making  ...  To solve these problems, a web thematic cartography method based on a web service chain is presented here.  ...  ACKNOWLEGEMENTS This approach is funded by Project 41271455/D0108 supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, and Key Lab of Virtual Geographic Environment (Nanjing Normal University  ... 
doi:10.1590/s1982-21702013000200002 fatcat:64so6cp6pnafvfjpaqfouprnli

ScrollyVis: Interactive visual authoring of guided dynamic narratives for scientific scrollytelling [article]

Eric Mörth, Stefan Bruckner, Noeska N. Smit
2022 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we present a novel approach for authoring, editing, and presenting data-driven scientific narratives using scrollytelling.  ...  Scrollytelling is a recent visual storytelling technique extensively used on the web, where content appears or changes as users scroll up or down a page.  ...  This approach is based on a DSL designed for authoring interactive narratives combining a markup language and in-line JavaScript components.  ... 
arXiv:2207.03616v1 fatcat:fcxlpedqyfcj3alqhh22dpidkm

Visualization Support for Multi-criteria Decision Making in Geographic Information Retrieval [chapter]

Chandan Kumar, Wilko Heuten, Susanne Boll
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
There is a need for more sophisticated visual interfaces to enable end-users in discovering knowledge hidden in multidimensional geospatial databases.  ...  In the current means of GIR interfaces, users could easily visualize the geo-entities of interest on a map interface via sequential querying or browsing of individual categories.  ...  We know that people will approach a spatial decision making task, like in the relocation scenario, with a map-based tool.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-40511-2_26 fatcat:2cgqpnria5evhfqatoxjfpzzjm

Seafloor mapping and cartography for the management of marine protected areas

Manuel Meidinger, Markantonatou Vasiliki, Marcello Sano, Marco Palma, Massimo Ponti
2013 Advances in Oceanography and Limnology  
(3D) visualization systems and interactive web platforms.  ...  The proposed framework can (1) improve the generation and dissemination of cartographic and visual data, and (2) allow for a more stakeholder-driven management approach within MPAs, based on (3) scientific  ...  , and interactive, web-based platforms and their final use for specific decision-support.  ... 
doi:10.1080/19475721.2013.848529 fatcat:qd5rhgkyujeohfaydmajqjrfr4

Visualizing Semantic Data [chapter]

Michael Luggen
2018 Encyclopedia of Big Data Technologies  
To set a common base for all tools, an overview of the facilities from a web browser to enable drawing of visual elements is first given.  ...  Web-based libraries and frameworks use one or multiple of these elements to perform the visualization inside a web browser.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-63962-8_230-1 fatcat:jzlvucn6qnaghn5pwslqaahnoi

Extended Decision Making in Tourism Information Systems [chapter]

Franz Pühretmair, Hildegard Rumetshofer, Erwin Schaumlechner
2002 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The second is a visual approach through touristic maps, which give the tourist a good impression of "what is where" to decide which of the resulting objects is located best regarding the tourists needs  ...  The handling of tourism information systems is often a complex and time consuming process for tourists.  ...  Interactive touristic maps in SVG and their visualization of "What is where" give tourists the power for visual decision making and offer a variety of trendsetting functionalities like integration of vector  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45705-4_7 fatcat:otarupbxi5ga3ovintcpyntnpy

Planning Local Public Transport: A Visual Support to Decision-making

Stefano Pensa, Elena Masala, Maurizio Arnone, Andrea Rosa
2014 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
Our tool is based on geo-referenced dynamic maps, created with free Web GIS applications, and allows users to visualize data and interact readily with a large database of public transport service information  ...  This paper describes a visual tool for data analysis applied to a case in public transport.  ...  Institute on Territorial Systems for Innovations.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.01.093 fatcat:44invzjfhrfkjjnb2ex7aj62k4

STUDY OF ADVANCES AND CHALLENGES IN GEOVISUAL ANALYTICS

Mragank Singhal .
2014 International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology  
This paper emphasizes the importance of visualization and interactive visual interfaces and the link with the emerging research discipline of Visual Analytics  ...  Geovisual Analytics is an emerging interdisciplinary field that integrates perspectives from Visual Analytics, GIS based services, particularly, on work of geovisualization, geospatial semantics and knowledge  ...  The web-enabled framework is based on component thinking or the component based approach which is inherited from its predecessor.  ... 
doi:10.15623/ijret.2014.0326011 fatcat:m2v4kborpje5bnclbdai44x4xu

An assessment of Public Participation GIS and Web 2.0 technologies in urban planning practice in Canela, Brazil

Geisa Bugs, Carlos Granell, Oscar Fonts, Joaquín Huerta, Marco Painho
2010 Cities  
The results showed that it is a valuable approach for engaging the public. It could promote communication among users and decision makers in a more interactive and straightforward way.  ...  Recent advances in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Web 2.0 technologies provide new ways of creating sophisticated Web applications that strengthen social interactions based on comments on online  ...  In general, users can post comments on a map, but userfriendly map-based citizen's opinion and interactive discussion is still not widely supported.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cities.2009.11.008 fatcat:tmq37r6rrnhklefeejmje4utu4
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