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Design studies

How can we turn domain problems into actionable vis tools? Many of our research projects are problem-driven: we collaborate with domain experts with driving data analysis problemsand design novel visual analysis solutions with and for them. 

Parameter space analysis

How can we leverage visualization to better understand computational simulations and models? Building and understanding models with the aid of the computer is the bedrock of modern science, also known as computational science. 

Sampling and reconstruction

How do we properly sample continuous data? Studying continuous phenomena using computer requires their discretization. The sampling strategy used impacts the quality and efficiency of the analysis. 


Vismon is a visual tool for fisheries data analysis. The input is a simulation with two input parameters (the management options) and several output indicators.




VisRseq, is a framework for analysis of sequencing datasets that provides a computationally rich and accessible framework for integrative and interactive analyses without requiring programming expertise.


TagRefinery supports you in your task of cleaning and processing open tag spaces. A guided and step-by-step interface allows you to perform efficiently tasks such as spell-correction, multi-word tag detection, and word form consolidation, in a visually supported framework.


ChAsE (Chromatin Analysis and Exploration) is a cross platform desktop application that provides an interactive graphical interface for analysis of epigenomic data. 


Tuner is a tool which helps to solve the difficult problem of parameter-finding in image segmentation. First, based on a sparse sampling of the paramter space, a statistical model is used to represent the response of the segmentation algorithm. Second, the tool guides the user through the paramter space in order to determine areas where the response value is high.


GeneCalc is a visual analysis framework for interactive genome-wide exploration and analysis of sequencing data.


KeyVis allows you to search, browse, and explore all IEEE VIS full papers published between 1990 and 2015, through keywords that authors listed for these papers.

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