Visual Analytics for Biological Data

March/April 2014

IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications magazine cover

The preeminence of a systems approach in the biological and other life sciences creates enormous challenges for computational visualization techniques to enable researchers to gain insight from their large, highly complex, and multiple datasets. This special issue presents articles describing applications of visual-analytics techniques to yield viable results that are biologically relevant and significant. Read full article »

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IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications covers a variety of topics catering to both computer graphics practitioners and researchers. This bimonthly magazine bridges the theory and practice of computer graphics, from specific algorithms to full system implementations.

Articles from IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications

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Head-Pose-Based Attention Recognition on Large Public Displays

A method for estimating where users are looking could help determine peoples' attention to specific regions of large public displays. Read full article »

Design-to-Fabricate: Maker Hardware Requires Maker Software

Design-to-Fabricate: Maker Hardware Requires Maker Software

The meshmixer project is building tools that provide accessibility and expressive power by leveraging recent computer graphics research in geometry processing. Read full article »

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