Visualizing Brain Connectivity
An interdisciplinary project to research novel visualization and interaction techniques for complex brain networks.
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Nathalie and Benjamin present two posters at Conference of the Organization on Human Brain Mapping: MultiPiles and ConnectoScope (online soon). See us at the posters or contact us if you wish to visualize your own data.
MultiPiles, our visualization for dynamic networks is online: visualizingbrainconnectivity.org/multipiles. Upload your data in the right format and start exploring!
Benjamin gives a talk on "Interactive Network Visualization" and presents visualizingbrainconnectivity.org at Microsoft Workshop on eScience, Guarujá, Brazil.
Networks are used to model a wide range of phenomena, from computer networks to similarities between genes, connected brain activity, and social interactions between individuals (social networks) or organizations. Yet, making sense of these complex networks requires more than modeling and statistics. Network visualization has progressed dramatically in recent years and provides novel and effective ways to understand complex networks through effective visual encodings and interactions. With the advent of novel display technologies and interaction techniques, network visualization has the potential to become even more effective.
Online VisualizationsMultiPiles: visualizingbrainconnectivity.org/multipiles
Visualization and Human-Computer Interaction
In the recent years, The Microsoft Research Redmond neXus working group and Inria Aviz project team have shown that their techniques were extremely effective to visualize social networks as well as brain connectivity data.