Rahul and Alex attempt to make sense of a hairball network visualization on the Microsoft Surface Hub

Midtown Atlanta (our home) bustles with stores and restaurants

Many current and past Vis Group members at IEEE VIS ’17 in Phoenix

Our offices and lab are in the Tech Square Research Building in midtown Atlanta

Our home is in the Technology Square area of midtown Atlanta

Our Vis Lab contains many large display computers including a Microsoft Surface Hub and a Perceptive Pixel

NEWS & EVENTS

Basole and Chau Awarded Tenure

February 23, 2018

 

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Endert Wins NSF CAREER Award

February 15, 2018

Alex Endert was recently awarded an  NSF CAREER grant to continue his research on visual analytics.  (more…)

Distinguished VIS Lecture Fall 2017

November 9, 2017

Steve Drucker from Microsoft presents “Data Presentations: Or Why ‘Letting the Data Speak for Itself just isn’t that Easy'”
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VAST Test of Time Award

October 10, 2017

Stasko and former GT colleagues receive VAST ’17 Test of Time Award  (more…)

Strong Showing at VIS ’17 in Phoenix

October 2017

The GT Visualization Group had a strong showing at the IEEE VIS 2017 Conference in Phoenix

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Distinguished VIS Lecture Spring 2017

March 15, 2017

Hanspeter Pfister from Harvard University presents “More than Insights: Beyond Exploratory Data Visualization”
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PROJECTS

PEOPLE

Rahul C. Basole

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

Enterprise Science
Information Visualization
Strategic Decision Support

Email | basole@gatech.edu
URL | entsci.gatech.edu

Polo Chau

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Graph Analytics
Visual Analytics
Data Mining

Email | polo@gatech.edu
URL | poloclub.gatech.edu

Alex Endert

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Visual Analytics
Data Visualization
Human-Computer Interaction

Email | endert@gatech.edu
URL | va.gatech.edu

Jim Foley

PROFESSOR

Information Visualization
Human-Computer Interaction

Email: foley@cc.gatech.edu

John Stasko

PROFESSOR

Information visualization
Visual analytics
Human-computer interaction

Email | stasko@cc.gatech.edu
URL | Information Interfaces

COURSES

UNDERGRADUATE

The presentation of primarily abstract data to help people understand, analyze and make sense of data.
Course Link | Basole | Endert | Foley | Stasko
Next Offering: Spring’18

This course will introduce you to broad classes of techniques and tools for analyzing and visualizing data at scale. It emphasizes how to combine computation and visualization to perform effective analysis.
Course Link | Chau
Next Offering: Spring ’18

GRADUATE

Study of computer visualization principles, techniques, and tools used for explaining and understanding symbolic, structured, and/or hierarchical information. Includes data and software visualization.
Course Link | Stasko | Endert
Next Offering: Spring ’18

This course will introduce you to broad classes of techniques and tools for analyzing and visualizing data at scale. It emphasizes how to combine computation and visualization to perform effective analysis.
Course Link | Chau
Next Offering: Spring ’18

This courses focuses on the principles and applications of data visualization and introduces students to off-the-shelf software tools, including Tableau, Qlik, Gephi, Illustrator, and others. Examples will be drawn from business, healthcare, innovation, energy, finance, supply chain and other enterprise-levels domains.
Course Link | Basole
Next Offering: Spring ’18

Cognitive processes involved in gaining insights and understanding from data through interactive visual interfaces. How interactive analytic interfaces can help enhance cognitive analytical processes.
Course Link | Endert
Next Offering: Spring ’18

Understanding how to support corporate executives’ operational and strategic decisions using interactive visual analytic tools. Challenges and approaches to identify, analyze, and visualize and implement complex enterprise data and implementing solutions in organizational contexts. Examples from global innovation, manufacturing, and healthcare.
Course Link | Basole
Next Offering : TBD