Here I will collect resources related to visualization. It will be frequently updated to record what I normally use when explain what visualization is.
- Ten slides introduction to scientific visualization (versione in italiano ) and a short talk about “La visualizzazione nel supercalcolo” .
- Tools for getting started and experimenting what visualization is.
- From the CINECA Summer School here are the slides of the course "Introduzione alla visualizzazione scientifica" [PDF 2.5M ] (B&W version [PDF 1.0M ]).
- Jeff Veen Talk: Designing for “Big Data” at Web2.0 Expo in San Francisco (March 31–April 3, 2009). During the talk, he focuses on some of the classic examples of information visualization (John Snow pump, Minard’s map, the tube map, and so on), the issue of “decorating” data versus making it accessible, and the emerging challenge to empower lay people to participate in visualizing and analyzing their own data.
- SAFI school slides and material from the course “Comunicazione tecnico-scientifica” delivered during 2005 at the Scuola Avanzata di Formazione Integrata in Pavia.
- Gallery of visualization examples from my book Introduzione alla visualizzazione scientifica.
- Other references from the Data Visualization course of the International Master on Soft Computing for Industrial Applications (IMSCIA).
- Scientific illustration examples: Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge.
- Some good and bad visualization examples.
- The famous paper: 14 ways to say nothing with scientific visualization (or the original version covering only 13 ways).
- The Visualization Handbook has been published. Chapter 33 covers AVS/Express and has been written by Jean Favre and myself.
- Visualization and art. A repository of ideas and references.
- The list of the Top Ten Visualization Problems compiled by Chris Johnson. This list is the starting point for a reflection about my visualization research (work in progress).
- I started a collection of (un)informative icons and signs.